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  • proper noun Short form of female given names such as Melanie, Melinda, Melissa, and Melody.
  • proper noun Short form of the male given names Melvin and Melvyn.

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Examples

  • Rev Mel Hey Mel~ The ability to add html and photos to the broadcast message won't be a feature in the new message center, but it is something that we're looking at.

    Ning Blog

  • I also caught bits and pieces of his work through reruns of his movies on television and began associating the name Mel Brooks with “flat-out funny.”

    With Love and Laughter, John Ritter

  • If she were lucky and skilled, and if enough men came by who considered her—what was the word Mel Walters had used?

    DIAMOND RUBY

  • If she were lucky and skilled, and if enough men came by who considered her—what was the word Mel Walters had used?

    DIAMOND RUBY

  • If she were lucky and skilled, and if enough men came by who considered her—what was the word Mel Walters had used?

    DIAMOND RUBY

  • I do feel that Vuurdoorn still needs to find her own thing to do, because when Mel is off doing strange rituals, she just hangs around talking to people a bit.

    Kederan XV Conquering Krimmhild

  • I do feel that Vuurdoorn still needs to find her own thing to do, because when Mel is off doing strange rituals, she just hangs around talking to people a bit.

    Kederan XV Conquering Krimmhild

  • It stars the guy who played Jesus in Mel Gibson's Aramaic film, and can best be described as "Vikings versus space aliens."

    Day in the Life of an Idiot

  • James Caviezel (chosen, no doubt, because he had the title role in Mel Gibson's The Passion of the Christ) plays the Franco-Iranian journalist Freidoune Sahebjam, on whose book the film is based, but the chief role is taken by the magnificent Shohreh Aghdashloo as the conscience of the village.

    The Stoning of Soraya M – review

  • My friends nicknamed me Kel Kiper, a twist on the name of Mel Kiper, ESPN's NFL Draft Analyst.

    Kelli Gail: My Twelve-Step NFL Lockout Plan

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