meridian englannista suomeksi
The south. (defdate)
*1601, (w), translating Pliny, ''The Historie of the World'':
- With vs the stars about the North Pole neuer go downe, and those contrariwise about the Meridian neuer rise.
*(RQ:Shakespeare Henry 8)
*1751, (w), ''The Adventures of Peregrine Pickle'', vol. II, ch. 75:
- Nor was his friend Godfrey a stranger to favours of the same kind; his accomplishments were exactly calculated for the meridian of female taste (..).
*1835, (w), ''Abbotsford and Newstead Abbey'':
- She loves to gossip about the Abbey and Lord Byron, and was soon drawn into a course of anecdotes, though mostly of a humble kind, suited to the meridian of the housekeeper's room and servants' hall.
The middle period of someone's life, when they are at full strength or abilities; one's prime. (defdate)
A line passing through the poles of any sphere; a notional line on the surface of a round or curved body. (defdate)
A dram drunk at midday. (defdate)
Meridional; relating to a meridian.
Relating to noon
Relating to the highest point or culmination.
(RQ:Gibbon Roman Empire)