[mil-drid] /ˈmɪl drɪd/
a female given name: from Old English words meaning “mild” and “strength.”.
fem. proper name, Old English Mildðryð, from milde “mild” (see mild) + ðryð “power, strength.” A popular name in the Middle Ages through fame of St. Mildred (obit c. 700), abbess, daughter of a Mercian king and a Kentish princess. Among the 10 most popular names for girls born in the U.S. between 1903 and 1926, it hasn’t been in the top 1,000 since 1983.
noun, Pharmacology. 1. a compound of silver and a protein, applied to mucous membranes as a mild antiseptic.
[mahyl] /maɪl/ noun 1. Also called statute mile. a unit of distance on land in English-speaking countries equal to 5280 feet, or 1760 yards (1.609 kilometers). 2. . 3. . 4. any of various other units of distance or length at different periods and in different countries. Compare . 5. a notable distance or margin: […]
noun 1. low-carbon steel, containing no more than 0.25 percent carbon. noun 1. any of a class of strong tough steels that contain a low quantity of carbon (0.1–0.25 per cent)
[mahy-lij] /ˈmaɪ lɪdʒ/ noun 1. the aggregate number of traveled over in a given time. 2. length, extent, or distance in . 3. the number of or the average distance that a vehicle can travel on a specified quantity of fuel: the car gets good mileage. 4. wear, use, advantage, or profit: She won’t get […]