last name of a beauty, the most gorgeous girl you will ever meet she can be everyones bestfriend has boys chasing after her but in the end only likes one boy will grow up to become rich and famous
Her last name is meade, maybe I should go and talk to her.
by ffffffffurm August 23, 2008
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A fat blond, ugly ho with no brain, but thinks he is adored by all and had millions of mates. Usually has a chode.
You sodding meade kid.
by Donnie Darko Bunny February 9, 2004
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1.A FORM OF CAT SHIT.
2. A name only clever devils can have.
1.Burrow: WHAT IS THIS? MEADE IS ALL OVER MY BED.
vEEl I'M SORRY. MY CAT CANT HELP HERSELF.

2. SHANAY: yo niqua, whaddya gonna name your illigetamate, bastard child?
Shaniqua: I was thinking of something like Meade.
by Granny Joe June 29, 2006
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An ancient alcoholic beverage made by fermenting water and honey. When only water honey and yeast is used, then it's mead, and can be sweet(sack mead), Dry, still or sparkling. Mead that is aged for an extended period of time(more than a year) is commonly called Great Mead(and it is)

If grape juice is added before fermentation, it's called Pyment.

If other fruit juices or puree's (such as strawberries or blueberries) it's called Melomel.

If malts, grains and/or hops are added to a mixture of mostly honey and water, it's called Braggot.

If apple juice is added before fermentation, it's Cyser.

If herbs or spices are added it's Metheglin.

Mead predates all known forms of alcohol. Originally it was made with honey, water and wild yeasts, but nowadays it's usually made with cultured yeast strains.

The term honeymoon comes from the practice of drinking mead for the first month after a marriage.
I've got two batches of homebrewed mead ready.
by Wolf89 July 18, 2008
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Nectar of the Gods! The Norse God Odin's favorite drink. Mead predates both wine, beer, liqueur and all distilled beverages; it is in a class of it’s own. It's made from fermented honey, water and yeast. It can be light or rich, sweet or dry, or even sparkling. It may be flavored with herbs, spices and flowers.

It is not a wine as it does not contain grapes, and white wines flavored with honey are just cheap imitations of the real thing and often have much lower alcohol content then real mead. Genuine mead is smooth and highly intoxicating.
I was very dissapointed that the bar was serving honey-flavored white wine as mead.
by OneBadAsp October 21, 2006
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An alcoholic beverage, probably one of the first ever created, fermented from honey.
by Antinous September 11, 2003
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