from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To pour in. Grose. (Exmoor.)
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Etymology: Middle English, alteration resulting from misdivision of an ewte of ewte — more at EFT
Newt has a strange history; originating in a wrong division of two words, "_an ewte_," the latter being derived from _eft_, which is far more correct than newt, though in use now in only a few places.
[12: 05] matociquala: (I am so blogging this) [12: 16] matociquala: * turns tanaise into an ewte*