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Old English milte (spleen). Common Patrono:Gem[[Category:Patrono:Gem derivations|Milt]], akin to German Milz, Dutch milt, Danish milt, Norwegian milt, Swedish mjälte.

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Milt

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Milts

Milt (plural Milts)
  1. The organ spleen, especially of a domestic animal
    • 1983: Adam Kadmon had pneumonia. Friar Goat cured it by tying a bullock’s milt to the soles of the lad’s feet, and burying the milt afterwards. Adam Kadmon immediately contracted the thrush. — Robert Nye, The Facts of Life
  2. Fish semen

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From Old Norse milti.

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Milt c. (singular definite Milten, plural indefinite Milte)

  1. spleen

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Milt c. (plural Milten, diminutive Miltje, diminutive plural Miltjes)

  1. (anatomy) spleen

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Milt

  1. strong neuter singular nominative of mildur

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Patrono:No-noun-m1

  1. The organ spleen

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Milt

  1. neuter form of mild

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  1. gently, mildly; blandly

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