plural noun, singular me·ninx [mee-ningks] /ˈmi nɪŋks/. Anatomy.
Origin of meninges
OTHER WORDS FROM meningesme·nin·ge·al [mi-nin-jee-uh l] /mɪˈnɪn dʒi əl/, adjectivein·ter·me·nin·ge·al, adjectivepost·me·nin·ge·al, adjectivesub·me·nin·ge·al, adjective
Words nearby meninges
Example sentences from the Web for meninx
Girba, formerly Meninx, an island to the south-east of the Lesser Syrtis.Writings in Connection with the Donatist Controversy|Aurelius Augustine
Cercina is a group of smaller islands above 50 miles north of Meninx, now called the Karkenna islands.Plutarch's Lives, Volume II|Aubrey Stewart & George Long
Meninx is supposed to be the “land of the lotus-eaters”987 mentioned by Homer.