Origin of milt
Related Words for miltgrudge, choler, wrath, spite, melancholy, hostility, lien, malice, resentment, caprice, dislike, whim, anger, hatred, rancor, ire, depression, milt, sperm
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Historical Examples of milt
At the same time the male was expelling what in fish is known as the milt.The Meaning of Evolution
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"I'll—I'll go home with you, if you want me to, 'stead of with Milt," she quavered.
"Hello, Milt," said a familiar voice as he reined Marc close to the step.
Just hold on a minute and you'll see Milt Richardson pokin' along this way.Country Neighbors
Milt scowled and looked as though he wished he hadn't said that.Vital Ingredient
Word Origin 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.