[min-gree-lee-uh n, ming-] /mɪnˈgri li ən, mɪŋ-/
a South Caucasian language spoken near the extreme eastern end of the Black Sea.
a member of a people of Georgia living in the mountains northeast of the Black Sea
the language of this people, belonging to the South Caucasian family and closely related to Georgian
of or relating to the Mingrelians or their language
[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 […]
[Sephardic Hebrew meen-khah; Ashkenazic Hebrew min-khuh] /Sephardic Hebrew minˈxɑ; Ashkenazic Hebrew ˈmɪn xə/ noun, Hebrew. 1. the daily Jewish religious service conducted in the afternoon.