[mis-fawr-chuh n] /mɪsˈfɔr tʃən/
adverse fortune; bad luck.
an instance of this; mischance; mishap.
evil fortune; bad luck
an unfortunate or disastrous event; calamity
mid-15c., from mis- (1) + fortune. Related: Misfortunate.
[mis-kuh n-sep-shuh n] /ˌmɪs kənˈsɛp ʃən/ noun 1. an erroneous ; mistaken notion. /ˌmɪskənˈsɛpʃən/ noun 1. a false or mistaken view, opinion, or attitude n. 1660s, from mis- (1) + conception. Related: Misconceptions.
[mis-kuh n-seev] /ˌmɪs kənˈsiv/ verb (used with or without object), misconceived, misconceiving. 1. to or interpret wrongly; misunderstand. /ˌmɪskənˈsiːvd/ adjective 1. faultily or wrongly planned or based /ˌmɪskənˈsiːv/ verb 1. to have the wrong idea; fail to understand v. late 14c., “to have a wrong notion of;” see mis- (1) + conceive. Related: Misconceived; misconceiving.
height, a town of Moab, or simply, the height=the citadel, some fortress so called; or perhaps a general name for the highlands of Moab, as some think (Jer. 48:1). In Isa. 25:12, the word is rendered “high fort.”
[mis-giv] /mɪsˈgɪv/ verb (used with object), misgave, misgiven, misgiving. 1. (of one’s mind, heart, etc.) to doubt or apprehension to. verb (used without object), misgave, misgiven, misgiving. 2. to be apprehensive. /mɪsˈɡɪv/ verb -gives, -giving, -gave, -given 1. to make or be apprehensive or suspicious