Imell meaning

(dialectal or obsolete) In the middle; between.
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(dialectal or obsolete) Amid; among.
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Origin of imell

  • From Middle English imell, emell, emelle, omelle, from Old Norse á milli, í milli (“in the middle”), from Old Norse milli, miðli (“middle”), from Proto-Germanic *midilą, *medalą (“middle”), from Proto-Indo-European *medʰy- (“between, in the middle, middle”). More at middle.
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