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emmet

noun em·met \ˈe-mət\

Definition of EMMET

chiefly dialect
:  ant

Origin of EMMET

Middle English emete, from Old English æmette ant — more at ant
First Known Use: before 12th century

Emmet

biographical name Em·met \ˈe-mət\

Definition of EMMET

Robert 1778–1803 Irish nationalist & rebel

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