Meir

[mey-eer, mahy-er]
noun
  1. Gol·da [gohl-duh] /ˈgoʊl də/, Goldie MabovitchGoldie Myerson, 1898–1978, Israeli political leader, born in Russia: prime minister 1969–74.
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  • He bought a house on Meir Square, one of the noted locations in Antwerp.

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  • Meir of Rothenburg was a poet and martyr as well as a profound scholar.

  • Meir, whom we take as representative of the third generation of Tannaim, was filled with the widest sympathies.

  • The width of Meir's sympathies may be seen in his tolerant conduct towards his friend Elisha, the son of Abuya.

  • Again, Meir was famed for his knowledge of fables, in antiquity a branch of the wisdom of all the Eastern world.


British Dictionary definitions for meir

Meir

noun
  1. Golda (ˈɡəʊldə) 1898–1978, Israeli stateswoman, born in Russia; prime minister (1969–74)
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