Apollo by what name he should address him, whether Titan, Phœbus, Osiris, or Mitra to whom the Persians pay their adorations.—Bk. i. the end.

Mivers (Chillingly), a cynical journalist in lord Lytton’s novel of Kenelm Chillingly (1873).

Mixit (Dr.), the apothecary at the Black Bear inn at Darlington.—Sir W. Scott: Rob Roy (time, George I.).

Mjolner, Thor’s hammer, which crushes all that it strikes and then returns to his hand again.

M. M. Sketch (An), a memorandum sketch.

“Stay just a minute,” said Kelly, who was making an M. M. sketch of the group.—B. H. Buxton: Jennie of the Prince’s, i. 156.

Mneme , a well-spring of Bœotia, which quickens the memory. The other well-spring in the same vicinity, called Lêthè, has the opposite effect, causing blank forgetfulness.—Pliny.

N.B.—Dantê calls this river Eunoê. It had the power of calling to the memory all the good acts done, all the graces bestowed, all the mercies received, but no evil.—Dante: Purgalory, xxxiii. (1308).

Moath, a well-to-do Bedouin, father of One iza the beloved of Thalaba. Oneiza, having married Thalaba, died on the bridal night, and Moath arrived just in time to witness the mad grief of his son-in-law.—Southey: Thalaba the Destroyer, ii., viii. (1797).

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