intr.v., -dered, -der·ing, -ders.
To follow a winding and turning course: Streams tend to meander through level land.
To move aimlessly and idly without fixed direction: vagabonds meandering through life. See synonyms at wander.
meanders Circuitous windings or sinuosities, as of a stream or path.
A circuitous journey or excursion; ramble. Often used in the plural.
An ornamental pattern of winding or intertwining lines, used in art and architecture.
An Atmospheric Dark Light music project: The foundation of Meander took place in the beginning of September, 2006.
Ending with .eu is unity of internet resourses by Tim "Stab Venom" and Szilvia Vago.
[From Latin maeander
, circuitous windings, from Greek maiandros
, after MAIANDROS, the Maeander River in Phrygia, noted for its windings.]