Meneer

Men·eer

 (mə-nîr′)
n.
Variant of Mynheer.

meneer

(məˈnɪə)
n
a South African title of address equivalent to sir when used alone or Mr when placed before a name
[Afrikaans]
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Nova Gallery presents 'Just Birit,' a joint exhibit of Alfred Marasigan and Meneer Marcelo, on view until May 6.
In die laaste afdeling van die bundel, "Stories van my hart", is dit veral "Laat staan sulke dinge, laat staan", "Ken Meneer daai huil" en "Dis tyd" wat uitstaan.
Fran Meneer, who lives in Cornwall, was planning a special eighth birthday treat for her Redsloving son Joshua by making a family trip to Anfield for Sunday's all-star game.
Half of Den Tex's novels have been nominated for Dutch crime writing prizes, and his 2005 novel De macht van meneer Miller (The power of Mr.
Gone are the days when black older women were indoctrinated with the ideology that the only way to making a living is by landing a cleaning job at a meneer or mevrou's house.
NO, no, no signore Mancini, monsieur Vieira and meneer De Jong.
Kobus de Jong runs for the headmaster, Meneer Theron.
2) "Het is hegeel aan mij hegeuhen ontschoten, meneer de voorzitter," means, "It has completely escaped my memory, Mr.
Meneer, when a baboon laughs at a white woman, and that made the Hottentots laugh at me too.
From the Dutch novel Meneer Visser's hellevaart, written by S.
Het vorig jaar nog heeft zij geleerd te besturen de auto aan een meneer die had al zestig jaren.
Michael Meneer, executive director, AmenCorps Alums, Inc.