noun, plural mi·nae [mahy-nee] /ˈmaɪ ni/, mi·nas.
Origin of mina1
or my·nah, mi·na, mi·nah
Origin of myna
Examples from the Web for mina
Contemporary Examples of mina
And according to Mina Black, dance is a powerful form of prayer.
Mina's pupils are cherished, respected and nurtured, as anyone can see.
Mina established a ballet school that serves Orthodox Jewish girls.
Riding the subway to and from her ballet classes, Mina immersed herself in prayer.
Some even feared Mina would corrupt their children, so they called her "toxic."
Historical Examples of mina
Mina, (plural Minæ)—Four pounds, three shillings, four pence.Philothea
Lydia Maria Child
But perhaps I could pay you a mina of silver: in that sum, then, I amerce myself.
Loss of money might be an evil, but then he has none to give; perhaps he can make up a mina.Apology
There isn't anyone for me to talk to but Mina, and she's paid to work, not to listen.Mary Rose of Mifflin
Frances R. Sterrett
For an instant Mina did not know what she would do; the fear and the attraction struggled.Tristram of Blent
noun plural -nae (-niː) or -nas
Word Origin for mina
talking starling of India, see mynah.