Origin of mut2
Origin of mutt
Examples from the Web for mut
For Selman, Mut'ah is simply "a permission from God to have sexual relations."
He says Mut'ah leads to abandonment of pregnant women, unwanted babies, and destroys the purpose and sanctity of marriage.
Lydgate has: 'And also clos and mut as a stone;' Siege of Thebes, pt.Chaucer's Works, Volume 2 (of 7)|Geoffrey Chaucer
The millionaire and the minister, the merchant and the mut, all will help.H. R.|Edwin Lefevre
An' it's very weel, for aw dunnut know what mut become o' poor folk iv they did'n do.Lancashire Sketches|Edwin Waugh
At last, th' Board sattle't that they mut be paid for weet and dry,—an' there's bin quietness sin'.
In Akhenaton's time the vulture symbol of the goddess Mut did not appear above the sculptured figures of royalty.Myths of Babylonia and Assyria|Donald A. Mackenzie
Word Origin for mut
Word Origin for mutt
1901, "stupid or foolish person," American English, probably a shortening of muttonhead (1803); meaning "a dog," especially "a mongrel" is from 1904, originally simply a term of contempt, but perhaps this is a separate word of unknown derivation.