from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A historical region and county of eastern Ireland. It was one of the five ancient kingdoms of Ireland, and Tara Hill, in central Meath, was the capital of the early Irish kings.
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- proper n. A county in the Republic of Ireland.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A sweet liquor; mead.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as mead.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
To small Meath, that is to be drunk presently, you may put a little Ginger to give it life, and work it with a little barm.
"The people of Meath which is one of the fastest growing counties in Ireland probably pay more in taxes to the State than most counties.
My wife is from County Meath but lives in Epsom, Surrey.
Mr. Tyler of Winning Our Future said that he didn't know who John Burke was and that the group had purchased the movie from an independent filmmaker named Jason Meath.
Mr. Meath couldn't immediately be reached for comment.
A busload of Irish supporters from Co Meath, who got up at 4.30am to catch their ferry over, were stopping by.
Bloomberg says the film is called When Mitt Romney Came to Town, and was produced by Jason Killian Meath, a former Republican National committee aide.
Although the stud, which is in County Meath and has been owned by the Weinstock and Sobell families for many years, had one Irish-trained runner on the Flat this year with Paul Deegan's Piece D'Or, there has not been a National Hunt runner in the pale blue silks on either side of the Irish Sea in recent memory.
It will take place this year at Killeen Castle, County Meath, in Ireland from September 23rd to 25th.
Michelle Wie of the USA during a practice round prior to the 2011 Solheim Cup at Killeen Castle, Co Meath, Ireland.