mini-

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Etymology[edit]

Shortened from miniature, ultimately from Latin minium (red lead). Influenced by similarity to minimum and minus.

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mini-

  1. Smaller version of an item than usual.
  2. With the hemline well above the knee.

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Finnish[edit]

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mini-

  1. mini-

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French[edit]

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mini-

  1. mini-

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Italian[edit]

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mini-

  1. mini-

Portuguese[edit]

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mini-

  1. mini- (denotes a small version of something)

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mini-

  1. mini-