- n. An Ancient Egyptian god of fertility and procreation.
- n. A river in Fujian, China.
- n. A group of related Chinese languages from Fujian, including Min Nan and Min Dong.
- n. A widely construed ethnic group composed of the speakers of those languages.
- n. this sense?) Abbreviation of Fujian province.
- n. A river in Sichuan, China.
- n. The Mountain Ok ethnic group of Sandaun, Papua New Guinea.
- n. A male given name
- n. A female given name
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. a dialect of Chinese.
- n. an Egyptian god of procreation.
- From Mandarin 敏 (Mǐn). (Wiktionary)
“Sheikh Al-Ghazali's articles were subsequently published in a book under the title Min Huna Na'lam, or Where to Acquire Knowledge.”
“Tanaka Min is a butoh dancer who got recruited by Yoji Yamada to play against Hiroyuki Sanada who is the main character.”
“In addition to being an author, Min is also a known painter, photographer, and a musician.”
“Win Min, an exiled Burma scholar, argues that the generals have long used a balance of hope and terror to control the populace and dismisses this month's elections as "purely a time-buying strategy.”
“May 4th, 2008 11: 01 pm ET anyone remember than bridge that collapsed in Min? all those people that died?”
“Norwegian writer Karl Ove Knausgård (b. 1968) has recently published the first volume of a book which bears the not exactly promising title Min Kamp (My Struggle) - a projected 6-volume work which will run to 2,700 pages, narrating the author's life story.”
“Now that everyone else in Minnesota is hyping it, I guess I gotta give up the goods for the Snarkerati.”
“My co-blogger continues to reside in Minnesota which, as I understand it, is essentially the samething.”
“Although Orchid failed, she's courageous in Min's eyes.”
“His sister kitty, Min, is pathetic all-year around.”
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