Merimdian

adjective Me·rim·di·an \mə̇ˈrimdēən\
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Merimdean

\mə̇ˈrimdēən\

Definition of Merimdian

  1. :  of or relating to an early Neolithic Egyptian culture of about 5000–4000 b.c. characterized by agriculture, animal husbandry, pottery, working in gold and silver, loom-weaving, coiled basketry, pit houses, and boats made of bundles of papyrus

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Origin and Etymology of merimdian

Merimdeh, ruins on the western branch of the Nile in the Delta west of Ashmun, Egypt + English -an


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