Siamese meaning

sī'ə-mēz', -mēs'
Of or relating to Siam; Thai.
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Of or being a Y-shaped dual connection between two pipes or hoses and a larger pipe or hose.
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A native or inhabitant of Siam; a Thai.
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The Thai language.
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A domestic cat of a long slender breed originating in Siam, having blue eyes and a short whitish to fawn coat with darker ears, face, tail, and feet.
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Any of a breed of domestic cat, thought to have originated in Siam, with blue eyes and a light-colored coat that is darker on the face, ears, legs, and tail.
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Designating or of a pipe coupling or joint in the form of a Y, for joining two pipes or hoses to one pipe.
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Of, or relating to Siam; Thai.
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Of a connection of tubes or hoses shaped like a letter Y.
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The Thai language.
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The Siamese cat.
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An inhabitant of Siam.
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Origin of siamese

  • After Siam (Thailand)
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition