Definition from zikkir, the free dictionary
- an old English measure of volume, perhaps equal to two bushels. Also mett.
- 1866: Once the mitta, or mett, a quantity of two bushels, is used for salt. The name still lingers in Lancashire. — James Edwin Thorold Rogers, A History of Agriculture and Prices in England, Volume 1, p. 168.
Declension of Mitta (type kala)
- samalla mitalla = in kind, in a similar way, reciprocally
- ajan mittaan = with time, in the course of time