"The cat is not mine."
Translation:A gata não é minha.
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Minho (Portuguese: [ˈmiɲu]) or Miño (Spanish: [ˈmiɲo], Galician: [ˈmiɲo]) is the longest river in Galicia, Spain, with a length of 340 kilometres (210 mi).
The name comes from Latin minius, meaning cinnibar, lead, or vermilion, essentially, "the red river". The Minno waters vineyards and farmland, is used to produce hydroelectric power, and also delineates a section of the Spanish–Portuguese border. In ancient English maps, it appears as Minno
"Minha" is the feminine that goes with "a gata" while "meu" is the masculine to couple up with "o gato" here. It is also "é" with the acute accent as otherwise "e" alone means, "and" rather than "is" making it one of the most important diacritical marks in Portuguese.