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Oxford dictionary definition of the word median:

adjective

[attributive]

1denoting or relating to a value or quantity lying at the midpoint of a frequency distribution of observed values or quantities, such that there is an equal probability of falling above or below it:

the median duration of this treatment was four months

denoting the middle term (or mean of the middle two terms) of a series arranged in order of magnitude.

2 technical, chiefly Anatomy situated in the middle, especially of the body:

the median part of the sternum

noun

1the median value of a range of values:

acreages ranged from one to fifty-two with a median of twenty-four

2 (also median strip)North American term for central reservation.

3 Geometry a straight line drawn from any vertex of a triangle to the middle of the opposite side.

Derivatives

medianly

adverb

Origin:

late Middle English (denoting a median vein or nerve): from medieval Latin medianus, from medius ‘mid’