Definition of Mistigri. Meaning of Mistigri. Synonyms of Mistigri

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Definition of Mistigri

Mistigri
Mistigris Mis`ti`gris", Mistigri Mis`ti`gri", n. [F. mistigri.] A variety of the game of poker in which the joker is used, and called mistigris or mistigri.

Meaning of Mistigri from wikipedia

- Mistigri is French for "**** cat" or "kitten" and may refer to: Mistigri (film), a 1931 French film Mistigri (racehorse), a racehorse Mistigri (card...
- Mistigri, historically Pamphile, is an old, French, trick-taking card game for three or four players that has elements reminiscent of poker. It is a member...
- Mistigri (28 February 1971 – 1995) was a British-bred Thoroughbred racehorse and sire. A specialist stayer who competed in at least five countries, he...
- Mistigris (pronounced "misty-gree") is an artscene group founded in late 1994 by Cthulu of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The group primarily operated...
- Mistigri is a 1931 French drama film adapted by Marcel Achard from his play of the same name. It was directed by Harry Lachman and stars Madeleine Renaud...
- Fine Arts in Liège, Belgium. He toured with his band Les Mistigris (not related to Mistigris) in Germany, Belgium, France and Turkey until 1967. In 1967...
- them play before their concerts. In 1999 they recorded their first album, Mistigri Torture. Since that time, inspired by artists such as Christophe Miossec...
- Vieux garçon or le Pouilleux ("Scruffy"), also sometimes called mistigri, le ****ous, le puant ("stinker"), Pierre noir ("black Peter") or le valet noir...
- Lulu's Islands (French: Les Mistigris, originally Lulu la Peste) is an animated series for children that premiered on 5 October 2009, on the TFOU block...
- Jean de la Lune (1929) - Marceline Serments (1931) - Maria Mistigri (1931) - Nell 'Mistigri' Marignan La couturière de Lunéville (1932) - Anna Tripied...
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