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mim

[ mim ]
/ mɪm /
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adjective British Dialect.
primly modest or demure.
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Origin of mim

1670–80; perhaps blend of mum1 and prim1

Other definitions for mim (2 of 2)

mīm
[ meem ]
/ mim /

noun
the twenty-fourth letter of the Arabic alphabet.

Origin of mīm

From Arabic
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British Dictionary definitions for mim

mim
/ (mɪm) /

adjective
dialect prim, modest, or demure

Word Origin for mim

C17: perhaps imitative of lip-pursing
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