Etymology
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mien (n.)

"a person's facial expression," 1510s, probably a shortening of Middle English demean "bearing, demeanor" (see demeanor) and influenced by French mine "appearance, facial expression," which is of unknown origin, possibly Celtic (compare Breton min "beak, muzzle, nose," Irish men "mouth").

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Definitions of mien

mien (n.)
dignified manner or conduct;
From wordnet.princeton.edu