[min-uh-ver] /ˈmɪn ə vər/
(in the Middle Ages) a fur of white or spotted white and gray used for linings and trimmings.
Compare (def 1).
any white fur, particularly that of the ermine, used especially on robes of state.
white fur, used in ceremonial costumes
fur lining and trimming in a garment, c.1300, from Old French menu vair “minor fur;” see menu + vair.
[min-uh-vet] /ˈmɪn əˌvɛt/ noun 1. any of several small, long-tailed Asian cuckoo-shrikes of the genus Pericrocotus, having in the male black and red and in the female black and orange plumage. /ˈmɪnɪvɛt/ noun 1. any brightly coloured tropical Asian cuckoo shrike of the genus Pericrocotus
operating system /MIN-ix/ A small operating system that is very similar to UNIX. MINIX was written for educational purposes by Prof. Andrew S. Tanenbaum of Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam. MINIX has been written from scratch and contains no AT&T code — neither in the kernel, the compiler, the utilities, nor the libraries. Although copyrighted by Prentice-Hall, […]
[min-ee-lab] /ˈmɪn iˌlæb/ noun 1. a small business that develops film and makes prints quickly, often using computerized equipment.
[mingk] /mɪŋk/ noun, plural minks (especially collectively) mink. 1. a semiaquatic weasellike animal of the genus Mustela, especially the North American M. vison. 2. the fur of this animal, brownish in the natural state and having lustrous outside hairs and a thick, soft undercoat. 3. a coat, stole, etc., made of this fur. /mɪŋk/ noun […]