Pronounced "mill-lay", (i.e. fillet). A term for toilet, bathroom, water closet, etc. The word's origins lie in the misinterpretation of blackletter type characters on a bathroom door which actually read "toilet", not "millet". The word is most appropriately used with a slight British accent.
Pardon me, I've got to go use the millet.
by Aaron TW February 03, 2007
Millet ("mill-it") is a grain grown in mostly Asia and used as the bulk of birdseed for wild birds. Because of its useful weight and shape, it is commonly used as filler for beanbags for juggling, as well as for punching bags and other sewn oddities. It's also surprisingly difficult to find by itself.
I finally found a place to buy plain millet for my beanbags. There's this place called Old Bob's on the west side that has it. Unfortunately, you have to buy a 50 pound bag...
by quamaretto January 05, 2010