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Etymology of the Latin word mellitus

the Latin word mellitus (sweetened with honey; honey-sweet)
derived from the Latin word mel (honey; sweetness; pleasant thing)
derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *melit-

Derivations in other languages

French mellite, Italian mellito, Portuguese melito, Spanish melito



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