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met-

See also: met, Met, MET, -met, mèt, and mệt

Old EnglishEdit

Alternative formsEdit

EtymologyEdit

Old English, from met "measure, quantity, space of time, degree". Akin to Old English metan "to measure". More at mete

PrefixEdit

met-

  1. of or relating to measurement, distance, or time
    metbelg "wallet"
    metcundlīċ "metrical"
    metecorn "apportion or allowance of grain"
    metġeard "measuring stick, measuring rod"
    metrāp "measuring rope, sounding line"