[mi-shee-muh; Japanese mee-shee-mah] /mɪˈʃi mə; Japanese ˈmi ʃiˌmɑ/
[yoo-kee-oh;; Japanese yoo-kee-aw] /ˈyu kiˌoʊ;; Japanese ˈyu kiˌɔ/ (Show IPA), (Kimitake Hiraoka) 1925–70, Japanese novelist and playwright.
Yukio (ˈjuːkɪəʊ). 1925–70, Japanese novelist and short-story writer, whose works reflect a preoccupation with homosexuality and death. He committed harakiri in protest at the decline of traditional Japanese values
[verb mis-hit; noun, adjective, mis-hit] /verb mɪsˈhɪt; noun, adjective, ˈmɪsˌhɪt/ verb (used with object), mishit, mishitting. 1. to (a ball) badly or incorrectly, as in tennis or cricket. noun 2. a bad or faulty , as in tennis or cricket. adjective 3. (of a ball) badly. noun (ˈmɪsˌhɪt) 1. a faulty shot or stroke verb […]
hearing. (1.) One of the sons of Ishmael (Gen. 25:14), and founder of an Arab tribe. (2.) A Simeonite (1 Chr. 4:25, 26).
fatness, one of the Gadite heroes who gathered to David at Ziklag (1 Chr. 12:10).
[mish-mahsh, -mash] /ˈmɪʃˌmɑʃ, -ˌmæʃ/ noun 1. a confused mess; hodgepodge; jumble. /ˈmɪʃˌmæʃ/ noun 1. a confused collection or mixture; hotchpotch n. also mish-mash, mid-15c., mysse-masche, probably an imitative reduplication of mash (n.).