mell
Pronunciation Verb

mell (mells, present participle melling; past and past participle melled)

  1. (UK dialectal, transitive) To speak; converse; tell; say.
Noun

mell (plural mells)

  1. (UK dialectal) Discourse; conversation.
Verb

mell (mells, present participle melling; past and past participle melled)

  1. (intransitive, archaic) To deal, concern oneself; to interfere or meddle.
    • c. 1495, John Skelton, "Vppon a deedman's hed":
      For wher so we dwell / Deth wyll us qwell / And with us mell.
    • 1819, Sir Walter Scott, Ivanhoe, ch. 32,
      “By Saint Thomas of Kent,” said he, “an I buckle to my gear, I will teach thee, sir lazy lover, to mell with thine own matters, maugre thine iron case there!”
Noun

mell (uncountable)

  1. (obsolete) Honey.
    • Ev'n such as neither wanton seeme, nor waiward, mell, nor gall.

Mell
Proper noun
  1. Surname



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