Mille

[card game] Mille is a two-player card game requiring two standard 52-card decks. Mille is a rummy game similar to canasta in the respects that if a player picks up cards from the discard pile, the player picks up the entire pile, and the only legal melds are three or more cards of a same rank. ==Origins== The two-player rummy game Mille is...
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Mille

[woreda] Mille is one of the woredas in the Afar Region of Ethiopia. It is named for the Mille River, a tributary of the Awash River, which flows through this woreda. Part of the Administrative Zone 1, Mille is bordered on the south by the Administrative Zone 3, on the southwest by Administrative Zone 5, on the west by the Amhara Region, on...
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mille

a thousand.
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mille

Latin, meaning: a thousand.
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Mille

Mille is a Latin name for girls. The meaning is `flowering, flourishing` The name Mille is most commonly given to Norwegian girls. Mille is at number 46 in the top 50 of Norwegian girls (average of 10 years data) Mille is given to boys and girls in the Netherlands, Flanders and Belgi?hat do they use in other countries? Camille (French) Camila (Span...
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mille

mille, m. A thousand.
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mille

the Latin word for 1000, sometimes used in English in very learned or literary contexts.
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mille

the traditional French mile, equal to 1000 toises. This is equal to about 6394.4 feet, 1.211 statute mile, or 1949 meters. In modern France, the mille sometimes means the nautical mile (mille marin), equal to exactly 1852 meters.
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