- a rounded glove with one internal section for the four fingers and another for the thumb and having the side next to the palm of the hand protected by a thick padding, used by catchers.
- a somewhat similar glove but with less padding and having sections for the thumb and one or two fingers, used by first basemen.Compare baseball glove.
- mitropoulos, dimitri,
- mittag-leffler, magnus gösta,
- mittelland canal
Origin of mitt
Origin of mitt.
Examples from the Web for mitt
In 2012, Obama narrowly beat Mitt Romney among Florida Cubans, according to exit polls.
The other person for whom a path to the nomination, let alone a candidacy, seems much less likely is Mitt Romney.How A Jeb Bush Candidacy Would Hurt Chris Christie And Shake Up The 2016 GOP Field|David Freedlander|December 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Then last week, Bloomberg Businessweek ran a banner headline “Jeb Bush Has a Mitt Romney Problem.”
Jeb Bush, Chris Christie, and Mitt Romney are each doing their best to keep their hopes and options alive.
In 2012, Mitt Romney lost women voters by 11 points, and Republicans lost them by 11 points.
And the way he can touch a bat with his mitt and deflect it on the third strike without being detected by the umpire is wonderful.Rival Pitchers of Oakdale|Morgan Scott
An' w'en I get through, remember I'm there with the little helpin' mitt.Dawn O'Hara, The Girl Who Laughed|Edna Ferber
The runner dropped and slid and Bart Ferguson, as the ball landed in his mitt, reached over to touch him.Baseball Joe of the Silver Stars|Lester Chadwick
Butcher Stevens flung himself from the plate, Moffat threw up his mitt in sudden fear.The Eternal Boy|Owen Johnson
As I watched, she picked up a heavy motorcycle jacket, worn as a catcher's mitt, and put it on like armor.Little Brother|Cory Doctorow
Word Origin for mitt
1765, shortened form of mitten (q.v.). Baseball sense is from 1902. Slang sense of "hand" is from 1896.