Min"gle (?), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Mingled (?); p. pr. & vb. n. Mingling (?).] [From OE. mengen, AS. mengan; akin to D. & G. mengen, Icel. menga, also to E. among, and possibly to mix. Cf. Among, Mongrel.]

1.

To mix; intermix; to combine or join, as an individual or part, with other parts, but commonly so as to be distinguishable in the product; to confuse; to confound.

There was... fire mingled with the hail. Ex. ix. 24.

2.

To associate or unite in society or by ties of relationship; to cause or allow to intermarry; to intermarry.

The holy seed have mingled themselves with the people of those lands. Ezra ix. 2.

3.

To deprive of purity by mixture; to contaminate.

A mingled, imperfect virtue. Rogers.

4.

To put together; to join.

[Obs.]

Shak.

5.

To make or prepare by mixing the ingredients of.

[He] proceeded to mingle another draught. Hawthorne.

 

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Min"gle, v. i.

To become mixed or blended.

 

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Min"gle, n.

A mixture.

[Obs.]

Dryden.

 

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