Breton edit

Noun edit

mintin m (plural mintinioù or mintinoù)

  1. morning

Cebuano edit

Etymology edit

From English maintain, borrowed from Anglo-Norman and Old French maintenir, from Late Latin manūteneō, manūtenēre (I support), from Latin manū (with the hand) + teneō (I hold).

Pronunciation edit

  • Hyphenation: min‧tin

Verb edit

mintin

  1. to maintain; to keep up; to preserve; to uphold (a state, condition, etc.)
  2. to bet on the same number or set of numbers in a lottery

Noun edit

mintin

  1. a number or set of numbers one keeps unchanged and bets on in every lottery draw

Chinese Pidgin English edit

Etymology edit

Borrowed from Cantonese 明天 (ming4 tin1).

Noun edit

mintin

  1. tomorrow
    • 1860, The Englishman in China, London: Saunders, Otley, and Co., page 66:
      “Beefsteak pie, colo muttin-chopo, one piecee stake belong mintin (to-morrow), one piecee loaf; salade and cheesee have got inside.”
      (please add an English translation of this quotation)