- a female given name.
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Examples from the Web for milicent
Milicent had asked for a little Scotch song, and I was just in the middle of it when they entered.
Milicent was delighted for to show me every part of this her home.
Lady Milicent Falstolf, we are told, was the only one in her father's household who had a ewer and washing-basin.Mediaeval Socialism
Milicent pressed forward and led me to my chamber, wherein a fire had been lighted, and would make me drink a hot posset.
We are to have two lady visitors also: Mr. Wilmot is to bring his niece and her cousin Milicent.
Word Origin and History for milicent
fem. proper name, earlier Malasintha, from shortened form of Old High German Amalswind, literally "strong in work," from amal "work" + *swind "strong" (cf. Old English swið "strong," gesund "healthy").
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper