An adjective derived from the punjabi word 'mihtea', which translates to 'dirt' in english. This word is then shortened to 'miht' to indicate something is 'dirty'. Similarly, 'miht' is used identical to the word 'dirty' and is colloquially used by common youth to indicate that something is 'dirty' as in good.
Those burgers from McDonald's were MIHT!
by Loed H December 30, 2011