Milken vs Misken - What's the difference?

milken | misken |


As an adjective milken

is (obsolete) consisting of milk.

As a verb misken is

to mistake one for another; mistake in point of knowledge or recognition; misconceive.

milken

English

Adjective

(-)
  • (obsolete) Consisting of milk.
  • (Webster 1913)

    misken

    English

    Verb

  • To mistake one for another; mistake in point of knowledge or recognition; misconceive.
  • To fail to know; be ignorant or unaware of; appear to be ignorant of.
  • To misunderstand; mistake; have the wrong idea of.
  • To esteem oneself incorrectly; have a false or exaggerated opinion of oneself or one's position.
  • To fail to recognise or identify.
  • To refuse to acknowledge; disown; repudiate; pass over; ignore; disregard; neglect; overlook; disavow; disclaim; disown; deny.
  • To fail to mention.
  • Derived terms

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