A minute arachnid, of the order Acarina, of which there are many species; as, the dust mite, cheese mite, sugar mite, harvest mite, three-toed spider mite, etc. See Acarina.
A small coin formerly circulated in England, rated at about a third of a farthing. The name is also applied to a small coin used in Palestine in the time of Christ.
A small weight; one twentieth of a grain.
Anything very small; a minute object; a very little quantity or particle.
Small arachnid of the order Acarina.
Small, often minute, arthropods in the order Acarina of the class Arachnida, which includes spiders, scorpions, and related forms. Mites have four pairs of legs vs. three pairs in insects. Fin. Swe.
a small, often microscopic, spider-like parasite that commonly affects the tissues of the skin.
any of numerous very small to minute arachnids often infesting animals or plants or stored foods
a coin of very small value
an ancient coin
a small coin of small value
a spider-like insect so small that it can only be seen under a microscope
a very small coin
a wee little bug and when you call God mighty, LOS's armies declare to the universe, over and over, that you mean tiny God
a parasite of the skin. Scabies is caused by a mite.
Dust mites are microscopic organisms found in homes and are the primary cause of allergies related to dust. Most people are allergic to the excretion of these mites. So dust mites can even cause allergic reactions when they are dead.
A tiny eight-legged creature belonging to the Order Acarina related to spiders and ticks. Some mites live freely and others as parasites. Mites can attack plants and animals, carry disease, and cause allergies. acaricide.
a minute arthropod, usually eight-legged as an adult and closely related to ticks
Members of the order Acarina, which are Arachnids with claw-like additions on their mouths. For some great photos of mites, click here.
A nasty critter, very tiny, a parasite this lives on poultry
a member of the the order Acari (ticks and mites)
An expression used to indicate a very small unit of monetary value. Often referred to as the "the widow's mite."
A tiny jointed-legged body parasite.
Mites, together with ticks, belong to the subclass Acarina (also known as Acari) and the class Arachnida. Mites are among the most diverse and successful of all the invertebrate groups. They have exploited an incredible array of habitats, and because of their small size (some are microscopic) most go totally unnoticed.