inmete etymology

Middle English word inmete comes from English in-, English meat

Detailed word origin of inmete

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
in- English (eng) In, into (non-productive) Added to adjectives to mean not. (non-productive) Added to nouns to mean lacking or without. (non-productive) Used with certain words to reverse their meaning In, into, towards, within.
meat English (eng) (Australian Aboriginal) A totem, or (by metonymy) a clan or clansman which uses it.. (colloquial) The best or most substantial part of something. [from 16th c.]. (countable) A type of meat, by anatomic position and provenance. [from 16th c.]. (now, archaic) A meal. [from 9th c.]. (now, archaic, dialectal) Food, for animals or humans, especially solid food. See also meat and drink. [from 8th [...]
inmette Middle English (enm)

Words with the same origin as inmete

Descendants of in-
infer inmette