KJV Dictionary Definition: mingle


MIN'GLE, v.t.

1. To mix; to blend; to unite in one body; as, to mingle liquors of different kinds.

2. To mix or blend without order or promiscuously.

There was fire mingled with hail. Ex.9.

3. To compound; to unite in a mass, as solid substances; as, to mingle flour, sugar and eggs in cookery.

4. To join in mutual intercourse or in society.

The holy seed have mingled themselves with the people of those lands. Ezra.9. Ps.106.

5. To contaminate; to render impure; to debase by mixture.

The best of us appear contented with a mingled imperfect virtue.

6. To confuse.

There mingle broils.

MIN'GLE, v.i. To be mixed; to be united with.

She, when she saw her sister nymphs, suppressed

Her rising fears, and mingled with the rest.

MIN'GLE, n. Mixture; medley; promiscuous mass. Not used.


MIN'GLED, pp. Mixed; united promiscuously.


MIN'GLING, ppr. Mixing; uniting without order.