Mcintosh meaning

măk'ĭn-tŏsh'
A variety of apple having red skin and crisp white flesh.
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A late-maturing variety of red apple.
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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.
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Origin of mcintosh

  • After John McIntosh (fl. 1796), Canadian farmer
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition