What does mots mean in Dutch?

What does Lil mean in Dutch?

lil Noun. lil, de ~ (m) gelatine, the ~ Noun. jelly, the ~ Noun. aspic, the ~ Noun.

Is mot an English word?

The word mot comes from the French word for “word.” The phrase bon mot literally translates as “good word” and the phrase mot juste translates as “right word.” The first records of the word mot in English referring to a witty remark come from the 1800s.

What does Kim mean in Dutch?

More meanings for kim. horizon noun. horizon, gezichtseinder, gezichtskring.

What does Gr mean in Dutch?

m.vr.gr. ( met vriendelijke groeten): with kind regards.

What does S mean in Dutch?

The ‘s comes from the Dutch genitief (genitiv). It is the possessive form, which is usually expressed in English with a “’s” or with “of”: It is my father’s house/It is the house of my father. In Dutch, it actually works quite similarly: Het is mijn vader’s huis/Het is het huis van mijn vader.

What does MOT mean in Irish slang?

Mot or moth

From the Irish “maith”, meaning “good” (but also “well” and “like”), the term for someone’s girlfriend.

Is Kim a word?

No, kim is not in the scrabble dictionary.

What does it mean Kim?

In English Baby Names the meaning of the name Kim is: Bold family. Bold kin. Famous Bearer: The hero of Rudyard Kipling’s novel ‘Kim’.

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What it means to kin?

1 : a group of persons of common ancestry : clan. 2a : one’s relatives : kindred our neighbors and their kin close kin. b : kinsman he wasn’t any kin to you— Jean Stafford. 3 archaic : kinship.