There are 3 definitions of midi in English:

midi1

Syllabification: mid·i
Pronunciation: /ˈmidē
 
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noun (plural midis /ˈmidēz/)

Short for midiskirt, a skirt that ends at the middle of the calf.
More example sentences
  • There's the maxi, the midi, the mini, the micro and the Marsh.
  • Indeed they were reluctant to abandon it, even after fashion decreed the longer midi or maxi.

Origin

1960s: from mid1, on the pattern of maxi and mini.

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There are 3 definitions of midi in English:

Midi2

Syllabification: Mi·di
Pronunciation: /mēˈdē
 
/
The south of France.

Origin

French, literally 'midday'; compare with Mezzogiorno.

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MIDI3

Syllabification: MIDI
Pronunciation: /ˈmidē
 
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noun

[usually as modifier]
A widely used standard for interconnecting electronic musical instruments and computers: a MIDI controller

Origin

1980s: acronym from musical instrument digital interface.

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