mihi


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mihi

(ˈmiːhɪ)
n
(Anthropology & Ethnology) a Māori ceremonial greeting
vb
(tr) to greet (a person)
[Māori]
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Septimius Severus in despatch; Adeste si quid mihi restat agendum.
This did not, however, at that time discover itself, but lay lurking in her mind, like a concealed enemy, who waits for a reinforcement of additional strength before he openly declares himself and proceeds upon hostile operations: and such additional strength soon arrived to corroborate her suspicion; for not long after, the husband and wife being at dinner, the master said to his maid, Da mihi aliquid potum: upon which the poor girl smiled, perhaps at the badness of the Latin, and, when her mistress cast her eyes on her, blushed, possibly with a consciousness of having laughed at her master.
Sirrah, wilt thou be my man, and wait on me, and I will make thee go like Qui mihi discipulus?
In the meantime you must make yourself contented by the consciousness of success, like the Roman miser -- "`Populus me sibilat, at mihi plaudo Ipse domi simul ac nummos contemplar in arca.'"
"Modestia is a fine virtue," continued the gentleman; "however, as to your speech, I must say mihi secus videtur: yet I am willing to suspend my judicium."
The words 'mihi' and its older variant 'mehe' can also mean 'me', 'I' or 'mine'.
Mihi's children claim superpowers and ask their mum what hers is; she says "invincibility" but her daughter understands this as "invisibility." Mihi is in fact far from invincible, unable to get her car to start or pay for her daughter's school field trip.
Under the agreement MIHI will acquire 100% of the assets of BBVI in a stock transaction.
BBVI has been providing strategic consulting services to MIHI for the last year and a half.
At 9.30 am (0830 GMT), the Argentinian pontiff will pronounce the words "Aperite mihi Porta Iustitiae" -- Latin for "open to me the gates of justice" -- and the door, which is normally bricked up, will be opened.
Du cote algerien, l'ecrivain Farouk Zahi animera egalement la conference a Alger et Abdelkader Mihi, qui a traduit tous les textes d'Isabelle Eberhardt en arabe animera une conference le 10 decembre a El Oued.