Pronunciation: Varies by origin of speaker. Mispronounced often.
English translation: Honey in Spanish/French. Miel, como Miel de abeja. Miele in Italian. Mel in Portuguese. Meet Mel and Miel. 🙂
FAQ: “Are you French?” “Are you of Spanish origins?” “Where did you get your name?!” “Your parents must have been hippies.” “You must be as sweet as your name.” “You have a rockstar name.”
noun. no plural exists.
- honey. a sweet, gooey, sticky and yummy natural sugar. You know it is honey, ‘cause sugar don’t shake like that.
- nomad. a professional traveler. 60 countries and counting. antarctica or bust. gets paid to travel to amazing places.
- super mom. mom of Ambassador Clark, who has traveled more by age two than most adults (five countries on four continents, and eight states). peaceful water home birth. Auntie extraordinaire.
- accidental entrepreneur. business creator. real estate tycoon. equitable landlord. work-o-holic. professional do-gooder. balance seeker. app lover. butt kicker. money maker.
- fitness junkie. runner. yogini. e-biker. hiker. acro-yogist. headstander. fit-bit user. dancer. lover. volley/basket/soft ball player. sailor. speed walker. surfer.
- manifestor. world traveler. executive do-gooder. perfectly suited mate and partner. adventurer.
Origin: after hippie parents (1977), peaceful revolution of the 20th century
Meaning: unique world leader who created a revolution through sharing herself and making the world a better place
Gender: Girl | Female
Check out Miel’s travel map to see where she has been exploring!