- 1 English
- 1.1 Etymology 1
- 1.2 Etymology 2
- 1.3 Anagrams
Borrowed from French métis, from Old French mestis, from Late Latin mixtīcius. Métis originally referred to Francophone and Cree-speaking descendants of the French-Catholic Red River Métis in Manitoba. Compare mestizo.
- (Canada) One of three recognized Aboriginal peoples of Canada, descendants of marriages of Cree, Ojibwa, Saulteaux, and Menominee Aboriginal people with French Canadians, Scots and English.
Metis (plural Metis)
The Canadian Oxford Dictionary uses the spelling Metis, but Métis with the acute accent is used officially by organizations such as the Métis National Council and the Government of Canada.
- “Metis” in the Canadian Oxford Dictionary, Second Edition, Oxford University Press, 2004.
- Métis people (Canada) in Wikipedia (accessed 2008-04-04).
- (Greek mythology) A Titan who was the personification of wisdom, the first spouse of Zeus, and the mother of Athena
- (astronomy) A satellite of Jupiter.
- (astronomy) 9 Metis, a main belt asteroid.
- Metis (mythology) on Wikipedia.Wikipedia
- Metis (moon) on Wikipedia.Wikipedia
- Metis on Wikipedia.Wikipedia