(1)prep. with, myd, mit, mide, myde Comb.: mitte, (mit þe, ), with the mitte, (mit þe, ), with theeVariants: mid-al, withal midalle, altogether mid-iwisse, certainly mid-ywisse, myd-iwisseEtymology: Anglo-Saxon mid
(2)adj. mid Comb.: mid-morwen, mid-morningVariants: mid-morwetide, mid-ouernon, middle of the afternoon; hei midouernon, fully the middle of the afternoon midewinter, Christmas midwinterdæi, sb. dat., Christmas-day midwinter-day, mid-ward, middleEtymology: Anglo-Saxon mid-