25 March 2012

skin is mina

mina = skin (Lhaesine pronunciation = MIH-nuh) (noun) (some things Google found for "mina": a very common term; Mina is an Italian pop singer; Mina is a last name; Mina is a female fictional cleric character in the Dragonlance universe; Mina is a feminine first name that can be Japanese, Korean, Indian or Turkish in origin; "Mina" can be short for German feminine name Wilhelmina; Mina Harker is a fictional character in Bram Stoker's novel Dracula; Mina are a tribe and caste in northern India; an ancient Greek unit of weight or denomination of money; "mina" means "I" in Estonian: similar "minä" means "I" and "me" in Finnish; "mina" means "mine" (as in mining) in Portuguese and Spanish; "mina" means "mine" (as in landmine) in Croatian, Czech, and Swedish; Mina is the name of numerous cities in countries such as the Philippines, Pakistan, Guatemala, Morocco, Ethiopia, Mexico, and Gambia)

This is a re-purposed, redefined word. This word previously meant "nothing" in Lhaesine.

No comments: