1. The curved surface of a column of liquid.
2. Something having a crescent-shape.
3. A lens that is concave on one side and convex on the other.
4. A thin cartilage disk between bones in a joint, such as in a knee or wrist.

ETYMOLOGY: From Latin, from Greek meniskos (crescent), diminutive of mene (moon). Earliest documented use: 1686.

MENI’S CUB - What do you call the young son of Meni, the Lion King?

AMEN IS. 'CUS. - What's the last word of many hymns, and why?

ME? DISCUS - What's your event in the track meet?