The noun meadow is another word for a hayfield, but offers a much more picturesque view as an open field of lush grass filled with butterflies and birds, with room to run. It can also refer to a piece of land found along a river.
- Pronunciation: /ˈmedəu/
- English Description: a field with wild grass and flowers
- Chinese Translation: 草地（Cao3 Di4）
- Spanish Translation: prado
- STORY: The word meadow refers to any grassland or hayfield, often just an expansive area that should be mowed. Indeed, the word comes from the Old English word mæd from the Germanic mædwon the base of which means “mow.” Still, the bucolic feeling is retained, as Dale Carnegie put it: “Let us not get so busy or live so fast that we can't listen to the music of the meadow or the symphony that glorifies the forest."
Meadow Creek camping area, 7 miles from Prince Creek, is steep with primitive sites scratched out along a flood-scoured ravine and the ridge above.Washington TimesMay 9, 2015
Rolling Meadows Golf Course was expected to add nine more holes to its FootGolf course on Friday, course manager David Brandenburg said.
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