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  • Yes, there are:

    - mimo (noun) is the word for the person who mimes (a mime). It's the same for men and women; the word mima doesn't exist in Spanish.

    - mímica-mímico is like mimic in English.

    - mimetizar (verb) is the translation for 'to mime' (the verb). The word imitar has a similar meaning to mimetizar.

    - mimar isn't very related to the others words. Mimar (verb) means several things in English: 'to spoil', 'to fuss over' or 'to flatter'.

    October 25, 2007

  • In English, we have pantomime and mime, the latter describing a funny guy with white face paint who pantomimes. Is there a similar Spanish word, i.e., mima?

    October 24, 2007

  • Representación por figura y gestos sin que intervengan palabras; comedia, farsa, acción de fingir algo que no se siente

    October 24, 2007