Associations to the word «Min»


MIN, symbol. (mathematics) minimum function
MIN, abbreviation. Alternative form of min.
MIN, adjective. (obsolete or UK dialectal) (Scotland) Less.
MIN, noun. (obsolete) Memory; remembrance.
MIN, verb. (transitive) (obsolete) To bring to the mind of; remind.
MIN, verb. (transitive) (obsolete) To remember.
MIN, verb. (transitive) (obsolete) To mention.
MIN, noun. Minimum
MIN, proper noun. An Ancient Egyptian god of fertility and procreation.
MIN, proper noun. A river in Fujian, China.
MIN, proper noun. A group of related Chinese languages from Fujian, including Min Nan and Min Dong.
MIN, proper noun. A widely construed ethnic group composed of the speakers of those languages.
MIN, proper noun. Fujian province.
MIN, proper noun. A river in Sichuan, China.
MIN, proper noun. A male given name
MIN, proper noun. A female given name
MIN, proper noun. The Mountain Ok ethnic group of Sandaun, Papua New Guinea.
MIN BEI, proper noun. A Chinese language, spoken in northern Fujian.
MIN DONG, proper noun. A Chinese language, spoken in the eastern part of Fujian, including its capital city Fuzhou.
MIN MIN LIGHTS, noun. (Australia) Unexplained lights reportedly appearing in the sky near Boulia, western Queensland, Australia, for over 100 years, possibly caused by reflections of distant light in the dry air conditions.
MIN NAN, proper noun. A group of local languages/dialects which can trace their origins to southern Fujian province, China. The most prominent dialects are Amoy (referred to as Taiwanese in Taiwan, and Hokkien in Southeast Asia), Teochew, and Qiongwen. It belongs to the Min dialect group of the Sinitic branch of the Sino-Tibetan language family.

Dictionary definition

MIN, noun. A unit of time equal to 60 seconds or 1/60th of an hour; "he ran a 4 minute mile".
MIN, noun. Any of the forms of Chinese spoken in Fukien province.
MIN, noun. An Egyptian god of procreation.

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