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mini
n. (pl. minis) 1 colloq. a miniskirt, minidress, etc. 2 (Mini) propr. a make of small car. [abbr.]
mini
n. (pl. minis) 1 colloq. a miniskirt, minidress, etc. 2 (Mini) propr. a make of small car. [abbr.]
init
Anfang {m}
mini
Mini {m} (Minirock)
mini
I. noun (plural minis) Etymology: mini- Date: 1960 something small of its kind: as a. minicar b. miniskirt c. minicomputer II. adjective Date: 1963 1. small in relation to others of the same kind 2. of short length or duration ; brief
mini
n. (pl. minis) 1 colloq. a miniskirt, minidress, etc. 2 (Mini) propr. a make of small car. Etymology: abbr.
mini
mini adj : (of women's clothing; often used in combination) very short with hemline above the knee; "a mini dress"; "miniskirts" [ant: {midi}, {maxi}]
Min
n. any of the Chinese languages or dialects spoken in the Fukien province in SE China. [Chin.]
Min
n. any of the Chinese languages or dialects spoken in the Fukien province in SE China. [Chin.]
nit
nit
nit
Nisse {f}
TLI
TLI {Transport Layer Interface}
min
min \min.\ n. An abbreviation for minute, a unit of time equal to 60 seconds or 1/60th of an hour. Syn: minute, min.[abbrev.]. [WordNet 1.5]
Min
Min \Min\ prop. n. 1. a dialect of Chinese. Syn: Min dialect, Fukkianese, Hokkianese, Amoy, Taiwanese. [WordNet 1.5] 2. an Egyptian god of procreation. [WordNet 1.5]
Nit
Nit \Nit\ (n[i^]t), n. [AS. hnitu; akin to D. neet, G. niss, OHG. niz; cf. Gr. koni`s, koni`dos, Icel. gnit, Sw. gnet, Dan. gnid, Russ. & Pol. gnida, Bohem. hnida, W. nedd.] (Zo["o]l.) The egg of a louse or other small insect. [1913 Webster] {Nit grass} (Bot.), a pretty annual European grass ({Gastridium lendigerum}), with small spikelets somewhat resembling a nit. It is also found in California and Chile. [1913 Webster]
min
abbreviation 1. minim 2. minimum 3. mining 4. minister 5. minor 6. minute; minutes
NIT
abbreviation National Invitational Tournament
Min
geographical name 1. river 350 miles (563 kilometers) central China in Sichuan flowing SE into the Chang 2. river 250 miles (402 kilometers) SE China in Fujian flowing SE into East China Sea
nit
I. noun Etymology: Middle English nite, from Old English hnitu; akin to Old High German hniz nit, Greek konid-, konis Date: before 12th century 1. the egg of a louse or other parasitic insect; also the insect itself when young 2. a minor shortcoming II. noun Date: circa 1903 chiefly British nitwit
Min
n. any of the Chinese languages or dialects spoken in the Fukien province in SE China. Etymology: Chin.
nit
1. n. 1 the egg or young form of a louse or other parasitic insect esp. of human head-lice or body-lice. 2 Brit. sl. a stupid person. Phrases and idioms: nit-pick colloq. indulge in nit-picking. nit-picker colloq. a person who nit-picks. nit-picking n. & adj. colloq. fault-finding in a petty manner. Etymology: OE hnitu f. WG 2. int. Austral. sl. used as a warning that someone is approaching. Phrases and idioms: keep nit keep watch; act as guard. Etymology: 19th c.: orig. unkn.: cf. NIX(3)
MIN
MIN Multistage Interconnection Networks
TLI
TLI Transport Layer Interface
TLI
TLI Transport Level Interface (AT&T)
Nit
Nit \Nit\, n. [AS. hnitu; akin to D. neet, G. niss, OHG. niz; cf. gr. ?, ?, Icel. gnit, Sw. gnet, Dan. gnid, Russ. & Pol. gnida, Bohem. hnida, W. nedd.] (Zo["o]l.) The egg of a louse or other small insect. {Nit grass} (Bot.), a pretty annual European grass ({Gastridium lendigerum}), with small spikelets somewhat resembling a nit. It is also found in California and Chili.
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