noun mi·nu·tia \mə-ˈnü-sh(ē-)ə, mī-, -ˈnyü-\
plural mi·nu·ti·ae\-shē-ˌē, -ˌī\

Definition of MINUTIA

:  a minute or minor detail —usually used in plural

Origin of MINUTIA

Latin minutiae trifles, details, from plural of minutia smallness, from minutus
First Known Use: 1782

Rhymes with MINUTIA


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