MEANING: verb intr.: To take a winding course.

ETYMOLOGY: After Scamander (modern name: Karamenderes), a river in Turkey. The river was named after a river god in Greek mythology. Earliest documented use: 1864. Also see meander.

S. CA. MEANDER - southern California doesn't come to an end, it just wanders about near the Mexico border

SHAMAN, DER - the German word for "indigenous magical practitioner" is masculine

SCAM ENDER - a combined FBI/FCC/telecommunication-industry megaproject project