Dictionary.com

méridienne

[ muh-rid-ee-en, muh-rid-ee-en; French mey-ree-dyen ]
/ məˌrɪd iˈɛn, məˈrɪd iˌɛn; French meɪ riˈdyɛn /
Save This Word!

noun, plural mé·ri·di·ennes [muh-rid-ee-enz, muh-rid-ee-enz; French mey-ree-dyen]. /məˌrɪd iˈɛnz, məˈrɪd iˌɛnz; French meɪ riˈdyɛn/. French Furniture.
a short sofa of the Empire period, having arms of unequal height connected by a back with a sloping top.
QUIZ
GOOSES. GEESES. I WANT THIS QUIZ ON PLURAL NOUNS!
Test how much you really know about regular and irregular plural nouns with this quiz.
Question 1 of 9
Which of the following nouns has an irregular plural form?

Origin of méridienne

<French, special use of feminine of méridienmeridian (adj.)
Dictionary.com Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2022
FEEDBACK