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A sycophantic follower
A loyal servant of another, usually more powerful being

The archvillain deployed his minions to simultaneously rob every bank in the city.

An order of angel in Christian angelology, ranked above angels and below thrones
Favoured, beloved; "pet"

These favours, with the commodities that follow minion Courtiers, corrupt his libertie, and dazle his judgement.

a servile favorite
{n} a woman's favorite, a dependant
A small kind of type, in size between brevier and nonpareil
disapproval If you refer to someone's minions, you are referring to people who have to do what that person tells them to do, especially unimportant or boring tasks. She delegated the job to one of her minions. = underling. someone's minions are the people who just obey their orders and do unskilled work - used humorously (mignon word for a much-loved person)
A vampire or ally controlled by one of the players
A follower of The Master
Fine; trim; dainty
a follower of the Master Vampire
An obsequious or servile dependent or agent of another; a fawning favorite
An ancient form of ordnance, the caliber of which was about three inches
A loved one; one highly esteemed and favored; in a good sense
a servile or fawning dependant
{i} slavish servant; devoted slave; master's favorite
plural of minion



    Turkish pronunciation



    /ˈmənyən/ /ˈmɪnjən/


    [ 'min-y&n ] (noun.) 1501. 1490, from Middle French mignon (“lover, royal favourite, darling”), from Old French mignot (“dainty, pleasing, gentle, kind”), of Germanic origin, from Frankish *minnjo (“love, friendship, affection, memory”) from Proto-Germanic *minþiō, *mindiō (“affectionate thought, care”) from Proto-Indo-European *men-, *mnā- (“to think”). Cognate with Old High German minnja (“love, care, affection, desire, memory”), Old Saxon minnea (“love”). More at mind.

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