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A group of related languages spoken by the Yao people
Demeanor; facial expression or attitude, especially one which is intended by its bearer
A specific facial expression
the external appearance or manner of a person
{n} an air, look, countenance, manner
a person's manner or appearance, as in: She was a woman of dignified mien
as a present, free (of charge)
dignified manner or conduct
Someone's mien is their general appearance and manner, especially the expression on their face, which shows what they are feeling or thinking. It was impossible to tell from his mien whether he was offended. his mild manner and aristocratic mien. a person's typical expression or appearance (Probably from demean ( DEMEANOR) (influenced by mine ))
{i} bearing; appearance, look; demeanor
A hilltribe in Southeast Asia. Also called Iu-Mien. Part of the Yao peoples of China
Aspect; air; manner; demeanor; carriage; bearing
\MEEN\, noun: 1 Manner or bearing, especially as expressive of mood, attitude, or personality; demeanor 2 Aspect; appearance
Hmong-Mien languages
or Miao-Yao languages Language family of southern China, northern Vietnam, Laos, and northern Thailand, with more than nine million speakers. Hmong (Miao, Meo) has been divided into three dialect groups, Western, Central, and Northern. Beginning in the 18th century, groups of Western dialect speakers immigrated into northern Indochina. In the aftermath of the Indochina wars that ended in 1975, many Hmong fled from Laos to Thailand. Some were eventually resettled in the U.S., which now has perhaps 150,000 Western dialect speakers. Mien (Yao) has three major dialects; the largest of which, also called Mien, accounts for about 85% of Mien speakers. Though these languages are structurally similar to other languages of the area, most notably Chinese, no genetic relationship between Hmong-Mien and any other language family has been demonstrated