meh

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See also: MEH, méh, мен, мең, and мөн

English

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Etymology

Pronunciation

Adjective

meh (comparative more meh, superlative most meh)

  1. Mediocre; lackluster; unexceptional; uninspiring.
    • 2003, steve-o, Jam On The River Mini-Review [1] in rec.music.phish
      They redeemed themselves with this show. The first song or two was meh, but they were on fire after that.
    • 2006, Suzanne D., Recaps: Finals Week 8 Performances, 5/2/2006 [2] in alt.tv.american-idol
      The voice is excellent as always, but the overall effect was meh until the end, where he became a little bit awesome.
    • 2006, FunkyM, Turned on RAW for the first time in forever last night... [3] in rec.sport.pro.wrestling
      Nothing that was supposed to be big and exciting came off as such and the rest was meh at best.
  2. Apathetic; unenthusiastic.
    • 2003, Dana, 10/18/03 Shows [4] in alt.tv.trading-spaces
      Both shows left me feeling, meh.
    • 2004, jennifer, The FANtasia thing: I don’t get it... [5] in alt.gossib.celebrities
      I’m a huge Clay fan, love Ruben’s voice, and have become quite a fan of Kelly’s, as well. Fantasia just leaves me feeling meh.
    • 2006, ettie...@hotmail.com, Steve’s impressions on random Genesis games [6] in rec.games.video.sega
      I liked it but I wasn’t feeling it for some reason that day, again, I was feeling meh toward video games in general.

Translations

Interjection

meh

  1. (slang) Expressing indifference or lack of enthusiasm.
    “What do you want for dinner?” — “Meh. I’m not really hungry.”
    “That film was awesome!” — “Meh. I’ve seen better.”

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Albanian

Alternative forms

Etymology

From Proto-Albanian *meuska, from Proto-Indo-European *meuH- (compare Latvian maût ‘to sugmerge’, Czech mýti ‘to wash’).

Verb

meh (first-person singular past tense meha)

  1. to soak

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Kurdish

Etymology

From Proto-Iranian (compare Pesian ماه (mah), Ossetian мæй (mæj), Avestan mā̊, maoṅh), from Proto-Indo-Iranian (compare Sanskrit मास (mā́sa)), from Proto-Indo-European *mḗh₁n̥s (moon; month) (compare Albanian muaj, Armenian ամիս (amis), French mois, Tocharian A mañ, English moon).

Noun

meh f

  1. month

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Serbo-Croatian

Alternative forms

Etymology

From Proto-Slavic *měxъ.

Pronunciation

Noun

mȇh m (Cyrillic spelling ме̑х)

  1. blower, bellows
  2. goatskin, wineskin

Declension


Slovene

Noun

meh m inan (??? please provide the genitive!, ??? please provide the nominative plural!)

  1. bellows