Paŭluk (dunaj) wrote in ru_translate,
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mijitly

In "The Man Who Could Work Miracles" by H.G. Wells there's a moment when Mr. Fotheringay complains that his misadventure with Mr. Winch is the thing he is "most mijitly in want of advice for". What does the word 'mijitly' stand for? I can't find it in dictionaries. I tried googling also but what I can find is only this very text by Wells. Does it have anything to do with Spanish 'mijito' (son)?

I'd appreciate your help greatly.
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