Common misspellings for minor:
montior, montor, binar, minore, minig, minne, micor, inor, minorty, manwho, demnor, minos, monator, minro, mindow, pinor, minum, ceminar, minora, sminar, inoy, muzino, mienr, minni, mentour, moinor, deminor, mahor, minure, minr, majior, minoirty, mibor, manevour, menow, meony, amnio, enior, manuvor, deminior, minout, minny, minotur, minir, mintor, dmeanor, moion, manof, menorca, minee, minie, menora, snior, monotor, manour, moitor, manajor, mijor, minner, moing, monor, menory, minal, mannord, mener, minory, menovour, monro, demonor, juinor, deamenor, miney, mannor, manuvour, misoun, mointor, mejor, minow, minue, demenior, 15min, mnner, mirro, minha, minera, mishon, mknow, sinior, mimor, mione, missiour, menoy, migion, mineola, mnoey, minth, nimor, deminour, minour, minorly, minotuar, minnor, maijor, manior, emina, aynor, sinor, montoir, monover, minearte, menor, moner, demineor, mjor, minoot, nior, minar, minouver, miing, manier, minoir, mino, timenow, dimenor, miond, miniorty, immno, maner, mintour, inour, moinitor, monir, mjaor, monior, minoe, meisner, minotar, minior, mnom, 30min, demeinor, 40min, minnos, manar, minaum, maony, syminar, munuver, munber, seminor, minic, miror, minortiy, mefor, monotir, minon, minnors, manjor, minoan, minotour, mior, myor, meknow, monore, minitor, minnum, mingon, minotor, meing, mnior, mnor, mentoor, minorah, mnore, manorah, minoriy, minatour, minuw, minours, minyo, minuea, painor, mnove, manpwoer, kmnow, mionr, minng, homnor, 10min, minumm, mnory, minerla, migon, minotr, mighr, moniyor, mjour, manevor, hnor, minituor, minerl, manevuor, mionth, manuevor, miorku, mison, maior, mioney, mafor, manore, mnitor, mionor, manur, menior, ameino, armnor, deamanor, hinir, jnior, minly, mainger, miaro, menthor, minaj, mihno, minumu, minot, munnar, maeer, men-ra, maen-ra, menorrhea, maenorrhea, menorrhoea, maenorrhoea, mhara, mahara, mair, mmoniuria, mamoniuria, mon-ra, maon-ra, maour, m'er, merie, mimeria, mire, meeer, mmeer, meery, mmery, mmir, ninor, kinor, jinor, munor, mjnor, mknor, m9nor, m8nor, mihor, minkr, minlr, minpr, min0r, min9r, minod, minof, mino5, mino4, nminor, mninor, kminor, mkinor, jminor, mjinor, muinor, miunor, mijnor, miknor, m9inor, mi9nor, m8inor, mi8nor, mibnor, minbor, mimnor, minmor, minjor, mihnor, minhor, minkor, minokr, minlor, minolr, minpor, minopr, min0or, mino0r, min9or, mino9r, minoer, minodr, minofr, minorf, minort, mino5r, minor5, mino4r, minor4, imnor, mminor, miinor, minoor, minorr, einor, iinor, oinor, linor, mynor, mmnor, mhnor, mi.or, mifor, mioor, minnr, mino2, minob, minoz, minov, minop, mayenor, meyenor, miknowr, minoar, m inor, mi nor, min or, mino r.
Definition of minor:
- An infant or person who is under the age of legal competence. A term de- rived from the civil law, which described a person under a certain age as less than so many years. Minor vUjinti quinque annis, one less than twenty-five years of age. Inst. 1, 14, 2. Also, less; of less consideration; lower; a person of inferior condition. Fleta, 2, 47. 13, 15; Calvin.
- a young person of either sex ( between birth and puberty); " she writes books for children"; " they're just kids"; "` tiddler' is a British term for youngsters"
- A person of either sex who has not attained the age at which full civil rights are accorded; an infant; in England and the United States, one under twenty- one years of age.
- A Minorite; a Franciscan friar.
- One of either sex who is under the age of twenty- one.
- A person under age ( 21 years).
- A person under age.
- One under age.
- The minor key.
- A person of either sex under age; the term forming, or the premise containing, the subject of the conclusion.
- A person under age; one under 21 years; in logic, the second proposition of a regular syllogism, called the minor term.
- ( theology) warranting only temporal punishment; " venial sin"
- limited in size or scope; " a small business"; " a newspaper with a modest circulation"; " small- scale plans"; " a pocket- size country"
- lesser in scope or effect; " had minor differences"; " a minor disturbance"
- ( law) not of legal age; " minor children"
- ( music) of a scale or mode; " the minor keys"; " in B flat minor"
- of lesser importance or stature or rank; " a minor poet"; " had a minor part in the play"; " a minor official"; " many of these hardy adventurers were minor noblemen"; " minor back roads"
- of lesser seriousness or danger; " suffered only minor injuries"; " some minor flooding"; " a minor tropical disturbance"
- ( British) of the younger of two boys with the same family name; " Jones minor"
- a young person of either sex; " she writes books for children"; " they're just kids"; "` tiddler' is a British term for youngsters"
- of a scale or mode; " the minor keys"; " in B flat minor"
- of the younger of two boys with the same family name; " Jones minor"
- Inferior in bulk, degree, importance, etc.; less; smaller; of little account; as, minor divisions of a body.
- Less by a semitone in interval or difference of pitch; as, a minor third.
- The minor term, that is, the subject of the conclusion; also, the minor premise, that is, that premise which contains the minor term; in hypothetical syllogisms, the categorical premise. It is the second proposition of a regular syllogism, as in the following: Every act of injustice partakes of meanness; to take money from another by gaming is an act of injustice; therefore, the taking of money from another by gaming partakes of meanness.
- In most states, any person under 18 years of age. All minors must be under the care of a competent adult ( parent or guardian) unless they are " emancipated"-- in the military, married or living independently with court permission. Property left to a minor must be handled by an adult until the minor becomes an adult under the laws of the state where he or she lives.
- Smaller; less; unimportant; as, a minor injury; in music, less by half a step than the corresponding major interval.
- Smaller: less: inferior in importance, degree, bulk, etc.: inconsiderable: lower: ( music) lower by a semitone: ( logic) the term of a syllogism which forms the subject of the conclusion.
- Less; inferior.
- Less; secondary.
- In the minor key; solemn and plaintive.
- Less; smaller; inconsiderable; petty; unimportant; in music, lower by a semitone.