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PhraseEdit

mego

  1. (Internet, text messaging) Initialism of my eyes glaze over: used to indicate the speaker's boredom or impatience with some subject or activity.

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PronounEdit

mego

  1. Alternative form of mojego.

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EtymologyEdit

Most likely a contraction of either Latin mītificus (mild, soft, gentle), based on mītis (mild, mellow), or of mītigatus (softened), from mītigō (I make soft). Note, however, that similar forms exist in other European languages (compare English meek, Gothic 𐌼𐌿𐌺𐍃 (muks) and Old Norse mjúkr (soft, gentle), and Greek μαλακός (malakós, soft).

Alternatively from Latin magicus, and thus doublet to the borrowing mágico; cf. Portuguese, Leonese, and Galician meigo[1][2].

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /ˈmeɡo/, [ˈmeɣo]

AdjectiveEdit

mego (feminine singular mega, masculine plural megos, feminine plural megas)

  1. (archaic) gentle, mild, peaceable
    Synonyms: apacible, manso, tratable

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