MEG is an acronym and may refer to:

  • Ethylene glycol (MEG), chemical compound used as automotive antifreeze
  • Madras Engineer Group (MEG), regiment of the Corps of Engineers of the Indian Army
  • Maghreb-Europe Gas Pipeline (MEG)
  • Magnetoencephalography (MEG), neuroimaging technique
  • The Mu to E Gamma (MEG) experiment
  • MEG, airport code for Malange Airport in Angola
  • MEG, NYSE symbol for Media General
  • MEG, album by R&B singer Megan Rochell
  • Midland Examining Group (MEG), defunct examination board in the UK
  • Motionless electromagnetic generator (MEG), purported perpetual motion machine
  • Multiple exciton generation (MEG), quantum electronics
  • Museum Ethnographers Group (MEG), UK based international collective of Museum Ethnographers
  • Meg (singer), who styles her name "MEG"

Other articles related to "meg":

List Of Xena: Warrior Princess Characters - Meg
... Meg is one of the many Xena look-alikes in the series ... Joxer and raises three children with him (presumably adopted, as Meg mentioned in one episode was infertile) ... Meg is portrayed by Lucy Lawless ...
Lipgloss (TV Series) - Plot - Season 1
... Season 1 kicks off with best friends Abby and Meg competing for Jake who is in love with Meg but is dating Abby ... Jake chooses Meg and ends his relationship with Abby ...
Carol West - Griffin Family - Meg Griffin
... Megan "Meg" Griffin (voiced by Lacey Chabert in the first season, Mila Kunis in later seasons) is the Griffins' 18 year old child and only daughter ... Meg often attempts to "fit in" with the popular kids but is rejected ... Meg has had several love interests, including the Griffins' dog Brian ...
Spot The Frog - Characters - Meg
... Meg is Bull's girlfriend ... Like Bull, Meg doesn't often appear during the winter months because she is hibernating in the pond ...

Famous quotes containing the word meg:

    O bid me mount and sail up there
    Amid the cloudy wrack,
    For Peg and Meg and Paris’ love
    That had so straight a back,
    Are gone away, and some that stay
    Have changed their silk for sack.
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)