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miz (comparative more miz, superlative most miz)

  1. (slang) miserable
    • 1988, Alan Hollinghurst, The Swimming Pool Library, Penguin Books (1988), page 222
      But when I finally left the pub, it must have been about five minutes later, beginning to feel a bit miz, there he was outside, leaning against the pillar at the corner, one foot raised behind him - very rent-looking, actually, which should have made me wonder, but I found I was talking to him.

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AzerbaijaniEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Persian میز(miz).

NounEdit

miz (definite accusative mizi, plural mizlər)

  1. (South Azerbaijani, otherwise dated) table
    Synonyms: masa, stol

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IngrianEdit

PronounEdit

miz

  1. where

IstriotEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Latin mēnsis.

NounEdit

miz

  1. month

ZhuangEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Tai *miːᴬ (to have). Cognate with Thai มี (mii), Northern Thai ᨾᩦ, Khün ᨾᩦ, Lao ມີ (), ᦙᦲ (mii), Tai Dam ꪣꪲ, Shan မီး (míi).

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VerbEdit

miz (old orthography miƨ, Sawndip forms , 𥸬, 𠷯)

  1. to have
  2. to have (a characteristic); to be
  3. to give birth to; to beget; to have
  4. there is; to exist
  5. there are some ... that
  6. there is ... when
  7. to become; to grow; to have an event occur

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AdjectiveEdit

miz (old orthography miƨ, Sawndip forms , 𥸬, 𠷯)

  1. rich; wealthy