MEANING: verb intr.: 1. To follow a winding course.
2. To move aimlessly.
3. To speak or write without a focus.
noun: 1. A curve or bend in a path, stream, etc.
2. A winding path.
3. A circuitous journey; a ramble.

ETYMOLOGY: After Maeander (modern name: Büyük Menderes), a river in Turkey, known for its winding course. Earliest documented use: 1576.

MEAN TER - Cockney behaving with ill will

MEANTER - teacher, role model, and guide

MEADER - Vaughan the Comedian (and JFK satirist)

MD ANDER - father of a well-known cancer hospital and research center in Texas