noun, plural men·sas, men·sae [men-see] /ˈmɛn si/ for 1, genitive men·sae for 2.
Origin of mensa
Definition for mensa (2 of 3)
Origin of Mensa
Related formsMen·san, noun
Definition for mensa (3 of 3)
a mensa et thoro
Examples from the Web for mensa
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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.
Louis got a demand for separation a mensa et thoro, formulated by Madame de Montespan, brought before the Chtelet.Princes and Poisoners|Frantz Funck-Brentano
At the end opposite the entrance is a large sepolcro a mensa, in front of which is a dais elevated two steps.
On this chart the Mensa is shown in a position which is unmistakable.Tent Work in Palestine|Claude Reignier Conder
You should have gone to the ecclesiastical court and there obtained against your wife a decree a mensa et thoro.