"We are who we are." It is a Bavarian saying.
In German, to say "We are we" you say "Wir sind wir". In southern German dialects like Swabian or Bavarian, "wir" becomes "mir". In Bavarian the "r" almost disappears and becomes "a".
In Bavarian dialect, the "sind" becomes "san".
So you get "mia san mia" instead of "mir sind mir" instead of "wir sind wir," literally "we are we," but meaning "we are who we are," an expression of regional pride.
It means "we are at home" in the Bavarian dialect. Mia san dahoam = wir sind daheim = wir sind zuhause = we are at home
"We are who we are" is an English equivalent of the German phrase Mia San Mia. The phrase originates in Bavarian German and most famously relates to the impressive Bayern soccer players.
The phrase "Cuando seas mia" is the Spanish phrase mostly used by the lovers. This phrase may means the following translations; When you are mine, Please be mine, just be mine, and be mine only.
mia san mia
Missing in Action
Mia Marcus was born in San Juan, in Rizal, Philippines.
Italian is the language of the phrase Cara mia. The feminine singular phrase serves as an endearment which includes among its English equivalents "My dear." The pronunciation will be "KA-ra MEE-a" in Italian.
la mia tesora
"My daughter" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase mia figlia.Specifically, the feminine possessive adjective mia means "my." The feminine noun figlia means "daughter." The pronunciation is "MEE-ah FEE-lyah."
mia = mine
mia ma is a company