- to blend; mix; meld.
- to meddle; concern oneself.
Origin of mell1
- a heavy hammer; mallet.
- to beat with a mallet; hammer.
Origin of mell2
Examples from the Web for mell
Historical Examples of mell
"It was because of the jewel I wear at my breast," said Mell.
And Mell the Hen-wife's son was now as happy as anyone in the world.
She took a jewel that was on the collar of the mantle and gave it to Mell.
Then Mell took his goat by the horns and turned towards his hut.
Then down to meet him came Mell the Hen-wife's son, his sword in his hand.
"to mix, meddle," c.1300, mellen, from Old French meller, variant of mesler (see meddle). Related: Melled; melling.