[Sephardic Hebrew meen-yahn; Ashkenazic Hebrew, English min-yuh n] /Sephardic Hebrew minˈyɑn; Ashkenazic Hebrew, English ˈmɪn yən/
noun, plural minyanim
[Sephardic Hebrew meen-yah-neem; Ashkenazic Hebrew min-yaw-nim] /Sephardic Hebrew min yɑˈnim; Ashkenazic Hebrew mɪnˈyɔ nɪm/ (Show IPA). English, minyans. Hebrew.
the number of persons required by Jewish law to be present to conduct a communal religious service, traditionally a minimum of 10 Jewish males over 13 years of age.
such a group.
[min-yuh n] /ˈmɪn yən/ Classical Mythology
descended from Minyas.
being or pertaining to a gray, wheel-thrown pottery produced in ancient Greece during the early part of the Helladic period, c2000 b.c.
Minyans, Also, Minyae
[min-yee] /ˈmɪn yi/ (Show IPA). the descendants of Minyas who inhabited Orchomenus in Boeotia and Iolcus in Thessaly.
/minˈjan; English ˈmɪnjən/
noun (pl) minyanim (minjaˈnim) minyans
the number of persons required by Jewish law to be present for a religious service, namely, at least ten males over thirteen years of age
[min-ee-uh s] /ˈmɪn i əs/ noun, Classical Mythology. 1. a king of Orchomenus, famed for his wealth.
minimal identifiable odor
miocardia mi·o·car·di·a (mī’ō-kär’dē-ə) n. See systole. mi’o·car’di·al adj.
[mahy-uh-seen] /ˈmaɪ əˌsin/ Geology adjective 1. noting or pertaining to an epoch of the Tertiary Period, occurring from 25 to 10 million years ago, when grazing mammals became widespread. noun 2. the Miocene Epoch or Series. /ˈmaɪəˌsiːn/ adjective 1. of, denoting, or formed in the fourth epoch of the Tertiary period, between the Oligocene and […]