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associated with, located in, or extending toward the middle; median.
Linguistics becoming a sound, syllable, or letter occurring between your initial and final positions in a word or morpheme.
Mathematics Being or regarding an average or a mean.
Of or regarding a mean or average.
with respect to the within; nearer to the midline.
Of or regarding a mean or normal; mean.
dividing an animal into right and left halves
associated with or positioned in or expanding toward the middle
Linguistics A voiced stop, such (b), (d), or (g). Also referred to as media2.
Linguistics A sound, page, or as a type of a letter which neither preliminary nor final.
more than one letters that take place in the middle of a word.
Any of various items that take place in the center.
See 2d news.
In Gr. grammar, among the mutes
β, γ, δ, as if intermediate in noise between the surd mutes π, κ, τ therefore the aspirates φ, χ, θ. The term medial (Latin news) translates the technical Greek μέσον, sc. α%27φωνον, center mute. In entomology, same as median vein (which see, under median).
In geometry, same as median, 1.
related to the middle; situated or existing between two extremities or extremes; intermediate in circumstance, rank, or degree: since, the medial letters of a word; a medial mark on an insect's wing.
Mean: regarding a mean or average.
In modern spiritualism, related to a medium or even to mediumship; mediumistic: as, medial traits; medial phenomena.
In zoology and physiology, identical to median and mesal.
In botany, same as median.
In modern-day songs, a cadence, last or not, where next to the last chord is inverted; an inverted cadence.