Dictionary

media (draft)

noun \ ˈmē-dē-ə \

Definition of media

plural mediae -dē-ˌē\

  1. [Late Latin, from Latin, feminine of medius; from the voiced stops' being regarded as intermediate between the tenues and the aspirates] : a voiced (see voiced 2) stop (see 2stop 1b)

  2. [New Latin, from Latin] : the middle coat of the wall of a blood or lymph (see lymph 2) vessel consisting chiefly of circular muscle fibers

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