mise

noun \ ˈmēz , ˈmīz \

Definition of mise

plural -s
:the issue in a legal proceeding upon a writ of right; also :the writ itself

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Origin and Etymology of mise

Middle French, literally, action of putting or setting, from feminine of mis, past participle of mettre to put, set, from Latin mittere to send


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