[mit-n] /ˈmɪt n/
a hand covering enclosing the four fingers together and the thumb separately.
a glove having one section for the thumb and a single section for the other fingers Sometimes shortened to mitt
(slang) a boxing glove
late 14c., from Old French mitaine “mitten, half-glove” (12c.), from Old French mite “mitten,” and from Medieval Latin mitta, which are perhaps from Middle High German mittemo, Old High German mittamo “middle, midmost” (reflecting notion of “half-glove”), or from Vulgar Latin *medietana “divided in the middle,” from Latin medius (see medial (adj.)).
[meetuh-rahn; English mee-tuh-rahn, -rand, mit-uh-] /mitəˈrɑ̃; English ˈmi təˌrɑ̃, -ˌrænd, ˈmɪt ə-/ noun 1. François (Maurice Marie) [frahn-swa maw-rees ma-ree] /frɑ̃ˈswa mɔˈris maˈri/ (Show IPA), 1916–96, French political leader: president 1981–95. /French mitɛrɑ̃/ noun 1. François Maurice Marie (frɑ̃swa mɔris mari). 1916–96, French statesman; first secretary of the socialist party (1971–95); president (1981–95)
[mit-uh-muh s] /ˈmɪt ə məs/ noun, plural mittimuses. Law. 1. a warrant of commitment to prison. 2. a writ for removing a suit or a record from one court to another. /ˈmɪtɪməs/ noun (pl) -muses 1. (law) a warrant of commitment to prison or a command to a jailer directing him to hold someone in […]
noun A palmist; fortune-teller: every confounded swami-woman and mitt-reader in the nation (1914+ Circus & carnival)
[mit] /mɪt/ noun 1. Baseball. 2. a mitten. 3. Slang. a hand. 4. 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. /mɪt/ noun 1. any of various glovelike hand coverings, such as one that does not cover […]