from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Mitchell, Margaret Munnerlyn 1900-1949. American writer known for her novel Gone With the Wind (1936), for which she won a Pulitzer Prize.
- Mitchell, Maria 1818-1889. American astronomer and educator noted for her study of sunspots and nebulae and for the discovery of a comet (1847). She was the first woman elected to the Academy of Arts and Sciences (1848).
- MountMitchell A peak, 2,038.6 m (6,684 ft) high, in the Appalachian Mountains of western North Carolina. It is the highest point east of the Mississippi River.
- Mitchell, William Known as "Billy.” 1879-1936. American soldier and aviation pioneer who was one of the first advocates of military air power.
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- proper n. A surname derived from the Old French given name Michel (Michael), or from the Old English word muchel meaning big.
- proper n. A male given name, transferred from the surname.
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- n. United States aviator and general who was an early advocate of military air power (1879-1936)
- n. United States writer noted for her novel about the South during the American Civil War (1900-1949)
- n. United States astronomer who studied sunspots and nebulae (1818-1889)
- n. United States labor leader; president of the United Mine Workers of America from 1898 to 1908 (1870-1919)
- n. United States dancer who formed the first Black classical ballet company (born in 1934)
- n. English aeronautical engineer (1895-1937)
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