noun, plural min·yan·im [Sephardic Hebrew meen-yah-neem; Ashkenazic Hebrew min-yaw-nim] /Sephardic Hebrew min yɑˈnim; Ashkenazic Hebrew mɪnˈyɔ nɪm/, English min·yans. Hebrew.
Origin of minyan
Can be confusedminion minyan
Definition for minyan (2 of 2)
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It seemed to Feivke he had been at the Minyan a long, long time, and he felt as though some great misfortune had befallen him.
There was scarcely a Minyan present at the evening services in the Shul.Simon Eichelkatz; The Patriarch|Ulrich Frank
He was buried with full Jewish rites, a "Minyan" from the battalion attending.With the Judans in the Palestine Campaign|J. H. (John Henry) Patterson
"The Minyan is there," and Mattes pointed his finger at the thatched roofs shining in the sunset.
Dusratta was a Minyan and his power seems to have been the chief in Armenia at this time.