from The Century Dictionary.
- Mine; that which is mine.
- noun A genus of umbelliferous plants of the tribe Seselineæ and the subtribe Selineæ.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun Lit., mine; that which is mine; -- used in the phrase
meum et tuum, or meum and tuum; ; to be dishonest.
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Overcome by the idea of meum, one wanders within its narrow range.
Being always invested with the idea of meum, Jiva has to make
Once freed from the idea of meum implies him who identifies himself with all creatures; him, that is, in whom the idea of self has been extinguished.
That foremost of speakers, Narayana, beholding those Rishis thus filled with wonder, addressed them in these sweet and refreshing words, 'Why, indeed, has wonder filled the hearts of this assemblage of Rishis, these ascetics that are always free from attachment of every kind, that are divested of the idea of meum, and that are fully conversant with every sacred science?
That object, whatever it may be in respect of which the idea of meum is cherished, becomes a source of grief and heart-burning.
Freedom from the idea of meum, freedom from egoism, freedom from expectations, looking on all with an equal eye, and freedom from desire, -- these constitute the eternal religion of the good.
Book of Noble Men, that some men have suspicion that always when S. Paul saith in his epistles: Secundum Evangelium meum, that is, after my gospel, that is signified the volume of Luke.
A last and most necessary distinction is between "meum" and "tuum" that is, between our power over our own rights and our power over the rights of others.
At Chambersburg, Marse Robert preached us a sermon, first instructing us in the meaning of "meum" and "teum," and then taking as his text, "Vengeance is Mine, saith the Lord."
Child psychology has established the fact that an early phenomenon of child mental development is the emphasis laid on "meum" and "tuum," mine and yours.