Variant of mete
- to allot; distribute; apportion: usually with out
- Archaic to measure
Origin: Middle English meten from Old English metan, akin to German messen from Indo-European an unverified form med- (from source Classical Latin modus, Glassical Greek metron) from base an unverified form me-, to mark off, measure
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