A variety of apple having red skin and crisp white flesh.
A late-maturing variety of red apple.
Often a misspelling for Apple's Mac computers, but may refer to McIntosh Laboratory, Inc., Binghamton, NY (www.mcintoshlabs.com), makers of high-end hi-fi equipment. Founded in 1949 by Frank McIntosh, after more than 60 years in business, McIntosh gear is coveted by audiophiles worldwide. See Macintosh.
Origin of mcintosh
After John McIntosh (fl. 1796), Canadian farmer
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
Mcintosh Sentence Examples
1, b), known as the " buccal shield," is a large organ, strongly flattened in an (From a drawing by Professor McIntosh.) FIG.
In spite of a troubled childhood, actress and singer Lorraine McIntosh has found true happiness through her own family.
of Laredo on the Rio Grande is Fort McIntosh (formerly Camp Crawford), a United States military post.
Fillmore was twice married: in 1826 to Abigail Powers (who died in 1853, leaving him with a son and daughter), and in 1858 to Mrs. Caroline C. McIntosh.