(Mex"i*can*ize), v. i. To become like the Mexicans, or their country or government.

(Meyn"e) n. [Obs.] Same as Meine.

(Mez*cal") n. Same as Mescal.

(Me*ze"re*on) n. [F. mézéréon, Per. mazriyun.] (Bot.) A small European shrub whose acrid bark is used in medicine.

(||Mez*qui"ta) n. [Sp.] A mosque.

(Mez"u*zoth) n. [Heb. mezuzoth, pl. of mezuzah doorpost.] A piece of parchment bearing the Decalogue and attached to the doorpost; — in use among orthodox Hebrews.

(Mez"za*nine) n. [F. mezzanine, It. mezzanino, fr. mezzano middle, fr. mezzo middle, half. See Mezzo.] (Arch.) (a) Same as Entresol. (b) A partial story which is not on the same level with the story of the main part of the edifice, as of a back building, where the floors are on a level with landings of the staircase of the main house.

Mezza voce
(||Mez"za vo"ce) [It., fr. mezzo, fem. mezza middle, half + voce voice, L. vox.] (Mus.) With a medium fullness of sound.

(||Mez"zo) a. [It., from L. medius middle, half. See Mid, a.] (Mus.) Mean; not extreme.

(Mez"zo-re*lie"vo) n. Mezzo- rilievo.

(||Mez"zo-ri*lie"vo) n. [It.] (a) A middle degree of relief in figures, between high and low relief. (b) Sculpture in this kind of relief. See under Alto-rilievo.

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