Origin of milt
Examples from the Web for milt
Five quite expensive pairs of silk and lisle socks Milt purchased—all that the general merchant at Jeppe had in stock.
On'y this mornin' sez I to him,—he camps along o' me,—'Milt!'Mrs. Skaggs's Husbands and Other Stories|Bret Harte
Milt attended the motion pictures every evening, and he saw them in a new way.
"And under ordinary circumstances that's sufficient," admitted Milt.The Night Riders|Henry C. Wood
Now, Milt, you'll come soon again, won't you—jest to see Al's niece—who'll be here in a week?The Man of the Forest|Zane Grey
British Dictionary definitions for milt
Word Origin for milt
Word Origin and History for milt
Old English milte "spleen," from Proto-Germanic *miltjo- (cf. Old Frisian milte, Middle Dutch milte, Dutch milt "spleen, milt of fish," Old High German milzi, German milz, Old Norse milti). Meaning "fish sperm" is late 15c.