German word for 'mine' or for 'my'. This nondistinguishment between ‘mine’ and ‘my’ auf Deutsch is why you will see sterotyped German-Rushan folk in TV shows speeking with such phrases as "mine dog", "mine schnauzer", "mein {et cetera}".
Dass ist mein!! Giveit bäk!!!
by Victor Van Styn July 26, 2005
Latin for 'person.'
by diatrevolo November 8, 2003
A term used between preteen/teenage boys to express their feelings of boredness and when used it shows that one boy wants the other boy to find him something to do.
Kid 1: mein...
Kid 2: *some video link* XD so funny...
by Andy94 May 8, 2007
If anyone has played Wolfenstein 3D, you know what it is.

Nazi SS Soldier: Schutzstaffel! (Protection Squad)

After shooting the SS Soldier: Mein Leben! (My life)
by Hig Hen September 19, 2008