a Latino variant of the word mitten, only without the enunciation of the "t" sound. The word carries the same meaning, specifically referring to a glove where the primary fingers are contained in one side of the parsel and thumb is kept separate. The refusal to enunciate the double "T" sound is most often utilized by Latino women.
Maria: (looking down at Teresa's hands) Oh my God! Where are your mi'ens?
Teresa: Eeeee, I couldn't find them.
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