(Ex. 12:38), a class who accompanied the Israelites as they journeyed from Rameses to Succoth, the first stage of the Exodus. These were probably miscellaneous hangers-on to the Hebrews, whether Egyptians of the lower orders, or the remains of the Hyksos (see EGYPT ØT0001137; MOSES ØT0002602), as some think. The same thing happened on the return of the Jews from Babylon (Neh. 13:3), a “mixed multitude” accompanied them so far.
noun, Arithmetic. 1. a number consisting of a whole number and a fraction or decimal, as 4½ or 4.5. mixed number
- Mixed paralysis
mixed paralysis n. Motor and sensory paralysis.
[mikst-reys] /ˈmɪkstˈreɪs/ adjective, Sometimes Disparaging and Offensive. 1. denoting or relating to a person whose parents belong to different racial or ethnic groups: mixed-race Brazilians. adjective 1. relating to or characteristic of people of different ethnic origins
- Mixed tape
noun a compilation of songs recorded in a specific order on a CD, DVD, etc.; also called mix tape Examples Girls often make mixed tapes for their boyfriends.