n. The edible part of any kind of grain or pulse ground to a powder or flour; flour: as, oatmeal, bean-meal.n. Specifically— In the United States, ground maize: more fully called Indian meal and corn-meal.n. In Scotland and Ireland, oatmeal.n. Any substance resembling the meal of grain or pulse; especially, any coarsely ground substance.n. A sand-heap.To grind into meal or the state of meal; pulverize: as, mealed powder.—2. To sprinkle with meal, or mix meal with.To yield or produce meal; be productive in meal: applied to grain: as, the barley does not meal well this year.n. The supply of food taken at one time for the relief of hunger; a provision of food (formerly of drink also) for one or more persons or animals for a single occasion, as at a customary time of eating; the substance of a repast; a breakfast, dinner, or supper: with reference to domestic animals, more commonly called a feed.n. The taking or ingestion of a supply of food; an eating; a refection or repast.n. The milk which a cow yields at one milking. Also called mcltith.To apportion food to; provide with meals or food; feed; fodder.n. A speck or spot.Apparently, to defile or taint.