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Middle High German the German language as it was spoken and written in central and southern Germany between 1100 A.D. and 1500 A.D.
Middle Irish the Irish language as it was spoken and written from the eleventh to the fifteenth century.
Middle Latin see Medieval Latin.
Middle Low German the German language as it was spoken and written in northern Germany from the eleventh to the fifteenth century.
middleman an intermediate trader or merchant between producers and consumers.
middlemost being in the middle; midmost.
middle-of-the-road not extreme; cautiously moderate.
middle school a school that includes grades five through eight or grades six through eight.
middleweight a boxer or wrestler heavier than welterweight and lighter than light-heavyweight, esp. a boxer between 147 and 160 pounds.
Middle West see Midwest.
middling only moderately good; fair. [4 definitions]
middy (informal) a student at the U.S. Naval Academy; midshipman. [2 definitions]
Mideast see Middle East.
midfield the area of a playing field in sports such as football or soccer about halfway between the goals. [2 definitions]
midge any of various extremely small biting flies that resemble the gnat. [2 definitions]
midget (sometimes considered offensive) a much smaller than average person whose body is typically proportioned. [5 definitions]
midiron a golf club with an iron head used for relatively long fairway shots; number two iron.
midland the interior or inland part of a region or country. [2 definitions]
midlife the middle years of one's life; middle age.
midmost exactly in the middle or nearest the middle; middlemost.
midnight twelve o'clock at night. [3 definitions]