noun, plural men·sas, men·sae [men-see] /ˈmɛn si/ for 1, genitive men·sae for 2.
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This track is so confusing and multi-layered, it would take a team of Mensa members with Ph.D.s in Ebonics to decode.Miley Cyrus’s Craziest Lyrics From ‘Bangerz,’ Analyzed|Amy Zimmerman|October 8, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Curtis put up on his MySpace page a fake certificate proclaiming himself a member of Mensa, leaving Dutschke outraged.
Sometimes the recess is rectangular instead of arched, and is then called by De Rossi sepolcro a mensa, or table tomb.
At the end opposite the entrance is a large sepolcro a mensa, in front of which is a dais elevated two steps.
Would not the discomfort of meals eaten with a companion who could swallow nothing justify a divorce a mensa?Somehow Good|William de Morgan
Pone omnibus scitule appositis, ac mensa largiter instructa edere ceperunt, omniaque ingurgitauerunt.Chaucer's Works, Volume 3 (of 7)|Geoffrey Chaucer
In the Tripartite (Stokes, p. 251), menister seems to mean the paten, and mias (quasi mensa) the altar-table.Insula Sanctorum et Doctorum|John Healy