Meaning : Admirable,
Origin : French,
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Additional information Mirette:
Diminutive form of Mira or Mireille.
Definition funny of Mirette:
A very voluptuous African-American woman.
"Yo dawg, you see that mirette just now? Damn, she was fine!"
Songs about Mirette:
Mirette by Martin Taylor from the Album Last Train to Hauteville
Journey Thorough Time - Mirettes by Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra Osvaldo Camahue from the Album Phantom of the Opera
La morale, la mirette [Explicit] by Gambi from the Album Vieux Gamins [Explicit]
Les mirettes by Robert Ripa from the Album French Songs Forever, Vol. 23
Les mirettes by Robert Ripa from the Album La France aux chansons volume 7
Les mirettes by Robert Ripa from the Album Best of Paris, Vol. 1
Les mirettes by Robert Ripa from the Album Chansons inoubliables volume 4
Books about Mirette:
Mirette on the High Wire by Emily Arnold McCully (Apr 14, 1997)
Mirette and Bellini Cross Niagara Falls by Emily Arnold McCully (Sep 10, 2014)
Mirette on the High Wire *Caldecott Award Winner by Emily Arnold McCully (1972)
Mirette on the Highwire by Emily Arnold McCully (Oct 21, 1992)
Starring Mirette and Bellini by Emily Arnold McCully (Apr 14, 1997)
Mirette on the High Wire ; Caldecott ; Weekly Reader Hardcover & Audio CD by Emily Arnold McCully (2007)
Mirette (French Edition) by Sauvage-E (Aug 10, 2013)
Movies about Mirette:
Mirette on the High Wire NR - Runtime: 10 mins
Wiki information Mirette:
Mirette is an opéra comique in three acts composed by André Messager, first produced at the Savoy Theatre, London, on 3 July 1894. Mirette exists in two distinct versions. The first version of the libretto was written in French by Michel Carré but...
Mirette is a fictional character from the anime series Kiba.