[ming-guh l] /ˈmɪŋ gəl/
verb (used without object), mingled, mingling.
to become mixed, blended, or united.
to associate or mix in company:
She refuses to mingle with bigots.
to associate or take part with others; participate.
verb (used with object), mingled, mingling.
to mix or combine; put together in a mixture; blend.
to unite, join, or conjoin.
to associate in company:
a hostess who mingles diplomats with executives.
to form by mixing; compound; concoct.
mingles, two or more single, unrelated adults who live together.
to mix or cause to mix
(intransitive) often foll by with. to come into close association
mid-15c., “to bring together,” frequentative of Middle English myngen “to mix,” from Old English mengan (related to second element in among), from Proto-Germanic *mangjan “to knead together” (cf. Old Saxon mengian, Old Norse menga, Old Frisian mendza, German mengen), from PIE *mag- “to knead, fashion, fit” (see macerate). The formation may have been suggested by cognate Middle Dutch mengelen. Of persons, “to join with others, be sociable” (intransitive), from c.1600. Related: Mingled; mingling.
[min-gree-lee-uh n, ming-] /mɪnˈgri li ən, mɪŋ-/ noun 1. a South Caucasian language spoken near the extreme eastern end of the Black Sea. /mɪŋˈɡriːlɪən/ noun 1. a member of a people of Georgia living in the mountains northeast of the Black Sea 2. the language of this people, belonging to the South Caucasian family and […]
[ming] /mɪŋ/ noun 1. any of various trees or shrubs used in bonsai arrangements, especially when shaped to have flat-topped, asymmetrical branches. 2. an artificial tree created with plant material, wire, etc., to resemble such a bonsai tree. noun 1. an artificial plant resembling a bonsai plant
[min-jee] /ˈmɪn dʒi/ adjective, mingier, mingiest. 1. and ; niggardly. /ˈmɪndʒɪ/ adjective -gier, -giest 1. (Brit, informal) miserly, stingy, or niggardly adjective Parsimonious; mean; tight-fisted [1911+; said to have been coined by the author Noel Busch; perhaps a blend of mean and stingy]
[Sephardic Hebrew meen-hahg; Ashkenazic Hebrew min-hahg] /Sephardic Hebrew minˈhɑg; Ashkenazic Hebrew ˈmɪn hɑg/ noun, plural minhagim [Sephardic Hebrew meen-hah-geem; Ashkenazic Hebrew min-hah-gim] /Sephardic Hebrew min hɑˈgim; Ashkenazic Hebrew mɪnˈhɑ gɪm/ (Show IPA). Hebrew. 1. a custom or procedure among Jews that is so firmly established as to have almost the binding force of law. noun […]