mien [min] n.
1.) The air, bearing, carriage or manner of a person, as expressive of character or mood (Oxford English Dictionary 2nd Ed.).
Etymology: Alteration (influenced by French mine, appearance) of Middle English demeine, demeanor, from Old French demener, to behave.
Extravagance in gesture, mien, and dress,
And all the strife of singularity,
Lies to the ear, and lies to every sense
Of these, and of the living shapes they wear,
There is no end." (The Prelude, William Wordsworth, 1850).