Related to Mynheer: Plashy
Myn·heeralso Men·eer (mə-nîr′)
a. Used as a courtesy title before the name of a man in a Dutch-speaking area.
b. Used as a form of polite address for a man in a Dutch-speaking area.
2. mynheer also meneer Informal A Dutchman.
[Dutch mijnheer : mijn, my (from Middle Dutch; see me- in Indo-European roots) + heer, lord (from Middle Dutch here).]
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a Dutch title of address equivalent to Sir when used alone or to Mr when placed before a name
[C17: from Dutch mijnheer, my lord]
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1. the Dutch term of address corresponding to sir and Mr.
2. (l.c.) a Dutchman.
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