immit

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin immitĕre, from in (into) and mittĕre, missum (to send).

Verb[edit]

immit (third-person singular simple present immits, present participle immitting, simple past and past participle immitted)

  1. (obsolete, rare) To send in, put in, insert, inject or infuse

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