Wilt means to become limp.(verb)
To wilt is to get weak.(verb)
An example of to wilt is to get very hot and feel faint.
See wilt in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: var. of obs. welk, to wither < ME welken, to fade, wither, dry up, akin to OHG welc, damp, wilted < IE *welg-, var. of base *welk-, moist, damp > OE wealg, nauseous
See wilt in American Heritage Dictionary 4
verb wilt·ed, wilt·ing, wilts verb, intransitive
Origin: Possibly alteration of dialectal welk
Origin: , from Middle English welken.
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