Minx

  • 1 Minx — often refers to a flirtatious young woman or: Hillman Minx, a car Miraal Mavalvala the Minx, a clumsy Parsi Minnie the Minx, a comic character Slinkee Minx, an Australian dance act Minx (Toyah album), 1985 Minx (Leatherface album), 1993 Minx… …

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  • 2 MinX — Launched October 8, 2007 Closed November 22, 2007 Owned by CSC Media Group Picture format 16:9, 576i (SDTV) Replaced by NME TV …

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  • 3 Minx — Minx, n. [See {Mink}.] (Zo[ o]l.) The mink; called also {minx otter}. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] …

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  • 4 minx — minx; minx·ish; phor·minx; …

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  • 5 Minx — (m[i^][ng]ks), n. [Prob. of Low German origin; cf. LG. minsk wench, jade, hussy, D. mensch; prop. the same word as D. & G. mensch man, human being, OHG. mennisco, AS. mennisc, fr. man. See {Man}.] 1. A pert or a wanton girl. Shak. [1913 Webster]… …

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  • 6 Minx — Minx, Säugethier, so v.w. Nörz …

    Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • 7 minx — [mıŋks] n old fashioned [Date: 1500 1600; Origin: Perhaps from Middle Dutch minnekijn much loved person ] an attractive young woman who does not show respect and who is good at getting what she wants in a clever way …

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  • 8 minx — [ mıŋks ] noun count OLD FASHIONED a young woman who is rude or good at persuading people to do what she wants, especially men …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 9 minx — (n.) 1540s, mynx pet dog, later a young, pert, wanton girl [Johnson] (1590s), of uncertain origin, perhaps a shortening of minikin girl, woman, from M.Du. minnekijn darling, beloved, from minne love (see MINNESINGER (Cf. minnesinger)) + kijn,… …

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  • 10 minx — ► NOUN humorous or derogatory ▪ an impudent, cunning, or boldly flirtatious girl or young woman. ORIGIN of unknown origin …

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  • 11 minx — [miŋks] n. [Early ModE < ? LowG minsk, female servant, hussy, person, akin to Ger mensch: see MENSCH] a pert, saucy girl or young woman …

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  • 12 minx — Mink Mink (m[i^][ng]k), n. [Cf. 2d {Minx}.] 1. (Zo[ o]l.) A carnivorous mammal of the genus {Mustela} (foremrly {Putorius}), allied to the weasel. The European mink is {Mustela lutreola}. The common American mink ({Mustela vison}) varies from… …

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  • 13 minx — UK [mɪŋks] / US noun [countable] Word forms minx : singular minx plural minxes old fashioned a young woman who is rude, or is good at persuading people to do what she wants, especially men …

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  • 14 minx — noun Etymology: origin unknown Date: 1576 1. a pert girl 2. a wanton woman …

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  • 15 minx — minxish, adj. /mingks/, n. a pert, impudent, or flirtatious girl. [1535 45; perh. < LG minsk man, impudent woman; c. G Mensch; see MENSCH] * * * …

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  • 16 minx — noun A pert, flirtatious or impudent young woman …

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  • 17 minx — Synonyms and related words: JD, Jane, bad boy, baggage, biddy, bird, bitch, boldface, booger, brat, brazenface, broad, buffoon, bugger, chick, chippy, chutzpanik, cutup, dame, devil, doll, drab, elf, enfant terrible, floozy, funmaker, gamin, hen …

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  • 18 MINX — Multimedia Information Network Exchange …

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  • 19 minx — (Roget s IV) n. Syn. wench, malapert, saucy young woman, hussy; see girl 1 …

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  • 20 MINX — Multimedia Information Network Exchange …

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