Browse Dictionary by Letter

Comprehensive
Dictionary Suite
Help
Help
Help
A   B   C   D   E   F   G   H   I   J   K   L   M   N   O   P   Q   R   S   T   U   V   W   X   Y   Z
midnight twelve o'clock at night. [3 definitions]
midnight sun the sun as it is seen at midnight during summer in the arctic and antarctic regions.
midpoint in geometry, the point that divides a line or arc into two equal lengths. [2 definitions]
midrash an interpretation of a Biblical text as was written by early Jewish scholars to explain Hebrew scriptures. [2 definitions]
midrib the central vein of a leaf.
midriff the front part of the human body between the chest and waist.
midsection the middle part or section of something, esp. the human torso.
midship in or pertaining to the middle of a ship.
midshipman a student or recent graduate of naval officer training. (See cadet.)
midships in or towards the middle of a ship or an aircraft; amidships. [2 definitions]
mid-size a size comparable to medium; neither large nor small, as a car or certain furnishings.
midst1 the middle of a time. [4 definitions]
midst2 amid; among.
midstream the middle or central part of a stream. [2 definitions]
midsummer the middle part of summer. [2 definitions]
Midsummer Day the June 24th celebration of the birth of John the Baptist.
midterm the middle of a school semester or term of office. [2 definitions]
midterm election in the U.S., an election typically featuring candidates for Congress, state legislatures, and state governors that occurs during an even-numbered year that is not a year during which a presidential election is held.
midtown a central area of a city between downtown and uptown.
mid-Victorian pertaining to, characteristic of, or taking place during the middle period of Queen Victoria's reign in Great Britain. [3 definitions]
midway halfway between two points. [2 definitions]