Emmet

• (n.) An ant.
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Emmet

[Cornish] Emmet, (alt spellings emmit or emit) is a pejorative nickname that some Cornish people use to refer to the non-Cornish. It originally referred totourists who visit Cornwall but has is also used by native Cornish Folk to refer to `incomers` or residents who have moved to the county but were not born in the County. Some argue that a...
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Emmet

[heraldry] The Emmet, also called the ant and the pismire, is an heraldic charge in European heraldry, particularly in British and German heraldry. ==Significance== The emmet is understood as a symbol of hard work and of wisdom. In his A Display of Heraldrie (1610), John Guillim of the English College of Arms says: {quote|`By the Emmet or P...
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Emmet

[Upland] Emmet is a mountain of Landkreis Waldeck-Frankenberg, Hesse, Germany. ...
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Emmet

Em'met (ĕm'mĕt) noun [ Middle English emete , amete , Anglo-Saxon æmete . See Ant .] (Zoology) An ant. Emmet hunter (Zoology) , the wryneck.
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emmet

ant
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Emmet

Emmet is an English name for boys. The meaning is `complete, universal` The name Emmet is most commonly given to American boys. What do they use in other countries? Emmett (English) The name sounds like: Emmot, Emmit Similar names are: Ahmet, Emeer, Eames, Emmery, Emmott, Emmitt, Hammet
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Emmet

Emmet is British slang (particularly used in Cornwall and Dorset) for a tourist, an unwelcome stranger.
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Emmet

Type: Term Pronunciation: em′ĕt Definitions: 1. Thomas A., U.S. gynecologist, 1828-1919. See: Emmet needle, Emmet operation
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