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meiny

meiny

noun mei·ny
plural meinies

Definition of MEINY

1
\ˈmā-nē\ archaic :  retinue, company
2
\ˈmen-yē\ chiefly Scottish :  multitude

Origin of MEINY

Middle English meynie, from Anglo-French mesnee — more at menial
First Known Use: 13th century

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