Slang. a hand.
a glove that leaves the lower ends of the fingers bare, especially a long one made of lace or other fancy material and worn by women.
(in prescriptions) send.
any of various glovelike hand coverings, such as one that does not cover the fingers
short for mitten (sense 1)
(baseball) a large round thickly padded leather mitten worn by the catcher See also glove (sense 2)
(often pl) a slang word for hand
(slang) a boxing glove
1765, shortened form of mitten (q.v.). Baseball sense is from 1902. Slang sense of “hand” is from 1896.
tip one’s mitt
[mit-tahg-lef-luh r] /ˈmɪt tɑgˈlɛf lər/ noun 1. Magnus Gösta [mahng-nuhs yœ-stah] /ˈmɑŋ nʌs ˈyœ stɑ/ (Show IPA), 1846–1927, Swedish mathematician.
[mit-l-oi-roh-pah] /ˌmɪt l ɔɪˈroʊ pɑ/ noun, German. 1. Central Europe.
- Mittelland canal
/German ˈmɪtəllant/ noun 1. a canal in Germany, linking the Rivers Rhine and Elbe. Length: 325 km (202 miles)
[mit-l-shmairts] /ˈmɪt lˌʃmɛərts/ noun 1. dull abdominal pain occurring at the time of ovulation, attributed to the presence of free blood in the peritoneal cavity from the ruptured ovarian follicle. mittelschmerz mit·tel·schmerz (mĭt’l-shmûrts’, -shměrts’) n. Abdominal pain occurring at the time of ovulation, resulting from irritation of the peritoneum by bleeding from the ovulation site. […]