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AsturianEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Latin miscēre, present active infinitive of misceō.

VerbEdit

mecer

  1. to mix; to blend
  2. to rearrange

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Etymology 2Edit

From Latin mulgēre, present active infinitive of mulgeō.

VerbEdit

mecer

  1. to milk

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SpanishEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Latin miscēre, present active infinitive of misceō. Compare Portuguese mexer.

VerbEdit

mecer (first-person singular present mezo, first-person singular preterite mecí, past participle mecido)

  1. to rock (movement), to cradle
ConjugationEdit
  • Rule: c becomes a z before a or o.
Derived termsEdit

Related termsEdit

Etymology 2Edit

From Latin mulgēre, present active infinitive of mulgeō.

VerbEdit

mecer

  1. (rural, Asturias) to milk
SynonymsEdit