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Finnish[]

  1. redirect Template:finnish index

Etymology[]

Possibly from the earlier *meš. Cognates include Estonian mees.

Noun[]

Mies

  1. A man (adult male human being).
  2. A husband (married man).

Declension[]

Template:Fi-decl-mies

Synonyms[]

  • (man): heppu, jätkä, kaveri, kundi, mieshenkilö, setä, tyyppi, ukko
  • (husband): aviomies, ukko

Related terms[]

  • adjectives: miehekäs, miehevä, miehinen, miesmäinen
  • nouns: mieheys, miehistö, miehusta, miehuus
  • verbs: miehistyä, miehittää

Derived terms[]

See also[]

  • nainen
  • tyttö
  • poika

German[]

Pronunciation[]

Adjective[]

mies (mieser, am miesesten)

  1. Template:Usually mean, wretched; as, ein mieser Kater (a horrible hang-over), ein mieser Kerl (a mean guy).
  2. Appalling, poor.
    miese Qualität = poor quality
    mieses Wetter = bad weather

Synonyms[]

  • (mean, wretched): fies, gemein
  • (appaling, poor): fies, schlecht

Karelian[]

Noun[]

Mies [[Category:Template:Krl nouns|Mies]]

  1. man

Portuguese[]

Verb[]

Mies

  1. Second-person singular (tu) present subjunctive of verb miar.
  2. Second-person singular (tu) negative imperative of verb miar.

Spanish[]

Etymology 1[]

From Latin messis

Noun[]

Mies f. (plural mieses)

Singular
Mies f.

Plural
mieses f.

  1. cereal seed (for making bread)
  2. seed, grain harvest time

Etymology 2[]

From mees

Verb[]

Mies (infinitive mear)

  1. (nonstandard) informal second-person singular () present subjunctive form of mear. (standard form is mees)

de:mies et:mies el:mies es:mies fr:mies ko:mies io:mies lo:mies la:mies lv:mies lt:mies hu:mies nl:mies ja:mies no:mies pl:mies pt:mies ro:mies ru:mies fi:mies sv:mies tr:mies

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