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missis

wife; the mistress of a household
Not to be confused with:
misses – plural of miss (a title of respect for an unmarried woman); sizes of women’s garments
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mis·sis

 (mĭs′ĭz, -ĭs)
n.
Variant of missus.
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missis

(ˈmɪsɪz; -ɪs)
n
a variant spelling of missus
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mis•sis

or mis•sus

(ˈmɪs əz, -əs)

n.
1. Informal. wife.
2. the mistress of a household.
[1780–90; assimilated pronoun of mistress]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.missis - informal term of address for someone's wifemissis - informal term of address for someone's wife
married woman, wife - a married woman; a man's partner in marriage
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Translations

missis

[ˈmɪsɪz] N my missis; the missismi mujer, la parienta (Sp) , la patrona (S. Cone)
John and his missisJohn y su mujer
is the missis in?¿está la señora?
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missis

n (Brit inf: = wife) → bessere Hälfte (hum inf), → Alte f (pej inf), → Olle f (inf); (= mistress of household)Frau fdes Hauses; yes, missisja(wohl)
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References in periodicals archive ?
Among their topics are forms of rationalization in medieval Jewish thought, Theodore of Mopsuestia: rationalizing hermeneutics and theology, Christian theology as a rationalization of religion: the case of the 19th-century research university, on the divine aboveness (al-fawqiyya): the development of rationalized hadith-based argumentations in Islamic theology, and rationality and rationalism in Islamic mysticism: the case of Ibn al-'Arabi.
Manhood and Christ: A Study in the Christology of Theodore of Mopsuestia, by R.
van Rooy examines Ishodad of Merv's interpretation of Psalms 2, 8, and 45, and demonstrates that Syriac translations of Theodore of Mopsuestia's work played a prominent role in Ishodad's commentary, while he also incorporated more New Testament Christological material than has been previously acknowledged.
Sus obras fueron durante tiempo referencia en el estudio, hasta que fueron sustituidas por las de Teodoro de Mopsuestia. Se trata, asimismo, de una persona muy conocida por su oratoria y su poesia, cualidades que puso al servicio de la lucha contra los herejes.
(30) Por ejemplo la anafora caldea de Teodoro (de Mopsuestia) y la liturgia de S.
The thesis was embellished with colourful images by Origen and other ecclesiastical writers after him (Gregory of Nyssa, Theodore of Mopsuestia, etc.), so that it periodically resurfaced in theology.
For Theodore of Mopsuestia, another of "the 68," if one takes into account also the Syriac and Latin evidence, given that the Greek is mostly lost, it becomes impossible to list him among the antiuniversalists.
For education in the ancient world generally, a "complex symbiosis [obtained] between texts and teachers." (19) In the East Syrian school tradition dating back to Edessa and Nisibis, this symbiosis included the texts of Theodore of Mopsuestia and then Narsai.
In 544 Justinian condemned the three works of the Antiochene School, the person and writings of Theodore of Mopsuestia, certain writings of Theodoret of Cyrene and a letter of lbas of Edessa.
(36) There is also a great degree of ambiguity and multiple interpretations in Theodore of Mopsuestia and Chrysostom.