מנחה, meen-CHA feminine gift, offering
Since this is a feminine noun, the hey transforms to a tav at the end for the s’michoot form (men-CHAT). Meencha is the afternoon prayer service in which Tehillim 145 is recited, among other things. The prayers have replaced the offerings as we have no temple at this point in time. This offering was traditionally a vegetarian gift (voluntary) offering in the temple, but I don’t know about the non-meat part, as both Qayeen and Hevel’s offerings were referred to as meencha in B’reisheet chapter 4.
To remember this word, think: “mean cat”…I want to offer my mean cat (meenCHAT) as a gift!