mid-


a combining form representing mid1 in compound words: midday; mid-Victorian.

Nearby words

  1. mid glamorgan,
  2. mid off,
  3. mid on,
  4. mid wicket off,
  5. mid wicket on,
  6. mid-air,
  7. mid-atlantic,
  8. mid-atlantic ridge,
  9. mid-atlantic states,
  10. mid-cap

Origin of mid-

Middle English, Old English; see mid1

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British Dictionary definitions for mid-

mid-

combining form

indicating a middle part, point, time, or positionmidday; mid-April; mid-Victorian

Word Origin for mid-

Old English; see middle, mid 1

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Medicine definitions for mid-

mid-

pref.

Middle:midbrain.

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