[mis-hap, mis-hap] /ˈmɪs hæp, mɪsˈhæp/
an unfortunate accident.
an unfortunate accident
early 14c., “bad luck, unlucky accident,” from mis- (1) “bad” + hap “luck.” Probably on analogy of Old French meschance (see mischance (n.)).
An early system on the IBM 1130.
[Listed in CACM 2(5):16, May 1959].
v. early 14c., from mis- (1) + happen. Related: Mishappened; mishappening.
[mish-uh-waw-kuh] /ˌmɪʃ əˈwɔ kə/ noun 1. a city in N Indiana, near South Bend.
(Josh. 19:26), a town of Asher, probably the same as Mishal.
[mis-heer] /mɪsˈhɪər/ verb (used with object), misheard, mishearing. 1. to hear incorrectly or imperfectly: to mishear a remark. /ˌmɪsˈhɪə/ verb -hears, -hearing, -heard 1. to fail to hear correctly v. Old English mishieran, mishyran “to disobey;” see mis- (1) + hear. Sense of “to hear incorrectly” first recorded early 13c. Related: Misheard; mishearing.