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Scientists say a long-term pattern of climate variability called the Atlantic meridional mode helps determine the level of hurricane activity.
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Origin and Etymology of meridional
Middle English, from Middle French meridionel, from Late Latin meridionalis, from Latin meridies
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
Definition of meridional
: a native or inhabitant of southern Europe and especially southern France
First Known Use of meridional
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