mink

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English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

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Of North Germanic origin.

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mink (plural mink or minks)

  1. (plural mink) Any of various semi-aquatic, carnivorous mammals in the Mustelinae subfamily, similar to weasels, with dark fur, native to Europe and America, of which two species in different genera are extant.
  2. (plural minks) An article of clothing made of mink.

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Estonian[edit]

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Etymology 1[edit]

From English mink.

Noun[edit]

mink (genitive mingi, partitive minki)

  1. American mink, Neovison vison
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mink (genitive mingi, partitive minki)

  1. (dated) makeup, cosmetics
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Hungarian[edit]

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mink

  1. (personal) dialectical version of mi
    mink - we
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  • mi (offical)

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mink c

  1. American mink (Neovison vison)

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