Definition of mim in English:

mim

adjective

Scottish
  • Affectedly modest or demure.

    • ‘Then out spak mim-mou'd Mego'Nith.’
    • ‘Maidens should be mim (quiet) till they're married, and then they may burn kirks.’
    shy, bashful, modest, self-effacing, unassuming, unpresuming, humble, meek, unconfident, unassertive, timid, timorous, shrinking, reserved, withdrawn, introverted, inhibited
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Origin

Late 16th century: imitative of pursing the lips.

Pronunciation:

mim

/mɪm/