Definition of mechameck in English:

mechameck

noun

  • The wild potato vine, Ipomoea pandurata.

Origin

Early 19th century; earliest use found in William Titford (1784–1823), accountant and botanist. From Unami Delaware mechameck (also mechamek), lit. ‘the one that has a large vine’.

Pronunciation

mechameck

/ˈmɛtʃəmɛk/