noun, plural mi·los.
Origin of milo
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And that leads to a handful of blow-out, brutally honest, hard-to-watch fights between Maggie and Milo.How Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig Pulled Off Their Most Dramatic Roles Yet|Kevin Fallon|September 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Milo the kitty has a very important announcement: no one wants to watch you work out.Obama ‘Between Two Ferns,’ Kevin Bacon, Baby Tigers and More Viral Videos|Ariana Dickey|March 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
On Alias, artifacts, belonging to visionary inventor Milo Rambaldi, are themselves variations on the mystery box concept.
According to Mitch Taylor, manager of Becker Surfboards in Malibu, Milo shares one of the closest relationships with his father.
I do not advocate for the photoplay the mood of the Venus of Milo.The Art Of The Moving Picture|Vachel Lindsay
Milo knew that the ship he had seen could not possibly have been detected from the village.
Milo, scarcely breathing above normal, called loudly: "Pascherette!"
Venus of Milo is, may be, more real than Roman law or the principles of 1789.The Jew And Other Stories|Ivan Turgenev
Slowly and shyly Apuleius slunk along lonely paths till he came to the stable of Milo.The Red Romance Book|Various