- a variety of red apple that ripens in early autumn.
Origin of McIntosh
Examples from the Web for mcintosh
Contemporary Examples of mcintosh
Police say he pulled a gun on them, but his family claimed that McIntosh was kneeling on the ground with his hands in the air.The 14 Teens Killed by Cops Since Michael Brown
November 25, 2014
But McIntosh also explained that it takes more than one show or one moment to shift attitudes.Will There Ever Be a ‘Good Wife’ Effect on Politics?
October 20, 2014
“Almost everyone who said they were coming canceled,” McIntosh told me, leaving her with only a half-dozen or so fellow travelers.Black American Leadership Alliance D.C. Anti-Immigration Rally Wilts
July 16, 2013
“The rate for middle-age suicides is slightly higher now for the first time in our history,” McIntosh says.Tony Scott’s Death a Reminder of the Quiet Scourge of Elderly Suicide
August 20, 2012
Historical Examples of mcintosh
McIntosh's squadrons were in the edge of the opposite woods.Personal Recollections of a Cavalryman
J. H. (James Harvey) Kidd
History tells us little enough of Mcintosh, but that little is all to his credit.Stories Of Georgia
Joel Chandler Harris
Now, McIntosh is a very good fellow, whom I have known for some time.Under the Ensign of the Rising Sun
That was the beginning of my acquaintance with McIntosh Jellaludin.
By the time that he changes his creed, as did McIntosh, he is past redemption.
- a Canadian variety of red-skinned eating apple
Word Origin for McIntosh
kind of red apples, 1874, from John McIntosh (b.1777), Ontario farmer who found them in 1796 while clearing woodland on his farm and began to cultivate them. The surname is Gaelic Mac an toisich "son of the chieftain."