מָלַט (b. h.) [to stand forth, project (cmp. בָּלַט),] to escape.
    Pi. - מִלֵּט to rescue. Midr. Till. to Ps. XLI ביום רעה אֲמַלֶּטְךָ on the day of evil I shall save thee. Taan. 23ᵃ מִילַּטְתּוֹ בתפלתךָ thou hast saved it (the generation) through thy prayer. Yalk. Ps. 777 מיכל מְמַלֶּטֶת וכ׳ Michael helped David to escape from within and Jonathan from without; a. e.
    Nif. - נִמְלָט to be saved, to escape. Esth. R. introd. נח ראש לנִמְלָטִים Noah is the first of those saved (mentioned in the Bible). Koh. R. to IX, 15 כל השומע ליצר טוב נ׳ whosoever listens to the suggestions of his good inclination will be saved; a. e.
    Hithpa. - הִתְמַלֵּט same. Yalk. Deut. 854 ואתם מִתְמַלְּטִים וכ׳ and you will be saved from the judgment of &c.