Definition of mustee in English:

mustee

(also mustée)

noun

historical
  • A person of mixed European and African descent; (sometimes) specifically a person with one white-skinned parent and the other one-quarter black. Also more generally: a person of mixed racial descent.

Origin

Late 17th century. Shortened from mestizo, perhaps arising by mistaken analysis of such plural forms as musteeses.

Pronunciation

mustee

/mʌsˈtiː//ˈmʌstiː//mʌˈstiː/