[mis-gahy-did] /mɪsˈgaɪ dɪd/
Their naive actions were a misguided attempt to help the poor.
foolish or unreasonable, esp in action or behaviour
“erring in purpose or action,” 1650s, past participle adjective from misguide (v.). Earlier, “ill-behaved” (late 15c.). Related: Misguidedly; misguidedness.
who is like God! (1.) A Levite; the eldest of the three sons of Uzziel (Ex. 6:22). (2.) One of the three Hebrew youths who were trained with Daniel in Babylon (Dan. 1:11, 19), and promoted to the rank of Magi. He and his companions were afterwards cast into the burning fiery furnace for refusing […]
a city of the tribe of Asher (Josh. 21:30; 1 Chr. 6:74). It is probably the modern Misalli, on the shore near Carmel.
their cleansing or their beholding, a Benjamite, one of the sons of Elpaal (1 Chr. 8:12).
[mis-han-dl] /mɪsˈhæn dl/ verb (used with object), mishandled, mishandling. 1. to badly; maltreat: to mishandle a dog. 2. to manage badly: to mishandle an estate. 3. to lose or misplace: to mishandle baggage. /ˌmɪsˈhændəl/ verb 1. (transitive) to handle or treat badly or inefficiently v. c.1500, from mis- (1) + handle (v.). Related: Mishandled; mishandling.