- the middle region of a country; interior
- [M-] a Midland dialect
- in or of the midland; inland
- [M-] of the Midlands
- designating dialects of English spoken or formerly spoken in the Midlands of England and divided into eastern and western groups
- designating a dialect of American English spoken in S N.J.; central and S Pa., Ohio, Ind., and Ill.; N Del.; the Shenandoah Valley; the S Appalachians; the upper Piedmont of N.C. and S.C.; Ky.; and N Tenn.
city in WC Tex.
Origin of Midlandfrom being about midway between Fort Worth and El Paso
The middle or interior part of a country or region.
Of or in a midland.
A city of west-central Texas between Fort Worth and El Paso. It grew following the discovery of oil in the 1920s.x
A region of the United States whose northern border extends roughly from southern New Jersey to Illinois and whose southern border extends roughly from North Carolina to eastern Oklahoma, viewed especially as a dialect region of American English.
- The region of a country not near the borders; the interior.
- Resembling or relating to the interior region of a country.
- There are several towns named Midland.