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See also: mita, mitá, mīta, mītā, mitä, and mit'a



From Vulgar Latin root *agnicia, from *agnicius (of lamb), from Latin agnus (lamb). Compare Aromanian njitsã.


miță f (plural mițe)

  1. a tuft of wool or hair
  2. unsheared wool from a sheep that has grown long
  3. wool sheared for the first time from a young lamb or low quality wool sheared from the head, feet, and tail of a sheep

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