Mell meaning

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To mingle; mix.
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(intransitive, archaic) To deal, concern oneself; to interfere or meddle.
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To mingle; mix.
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(UK dialectal) To speak; converse; tell; say.
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(UK dialectal) Discourse; conversation.
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To meddle.
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(obsolete) Honey.

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Origin of mell

  • From Middle English melen, mælen, from Old English mÇ£lan (“to speak, talk"), from Old English mÇ£l (“speech, talk, conversation; dispute, contest, battle") and Old English māl (“suit, case, action, terms, agreement, covenanted pay"), both from Proto-Germanic *mahlÄ… (“meeting, congress, speech"), alteration of *maþlÄ… (“meeting, congress, speech"), perhaps from Proto-Indo-European *mad-, *mōd- (“to meet, encounter"). Cognate with Scots mele (“to speak, converse, tell"), Danish mæle (“to speak, utter"), Icelandic mæla (“to speak, say"), Old High German mahalōn (“to charge, accuse, proscecute"), German vermählen (“to wed, marry").
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  • From Middle English mellen, from Old French meller, mesler (“to mix, mingle"). Compare mêlée, meddle.
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