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Etymology 1Edit

Borrowed from French mouche (fly), attested since 1710.

 
Two women with a musch by their cheek.

Alternative formsEdit

NounEdit

musch c

  1. (cosmetics) a beauty spot; a small black dot painted or attached to the skin for beauty
    • 1788 March 8, “Kundgjörelser: [Announcements:]”, in Norrköpings Tidningar[1]:
      På Apotheket Kronan, finnes Engelstr Musch-pläster.
      At Pharmacy Kronan, English beauty spot patches are available.
    Hypernym: skönhetsfläck (beaty spot)
  2. (knitting) a decorative rise on knitted textile
    • 2021 December 15, Malin Rosdahl, “Sticka tröja med små muscher”, in Allas[2]:
      På stickor nr 5+12 stickar du nya fina tröjan, uppifrån och ner, med söta muscher som faller från varje axel.
      On knitting needles no. 5+12, knit a new nice sweater, from top to bottom, with cute rises that fall from each shoulder.
DeclensionEdit
Declension of musch 
Singular Plural
Indefinite Definite Indefinite Definite
Nominative musch muschen muscher muscherna
Genitive muschs muschens muschers muschernas

Etymology 2Edit

NounEdit

musch c

  1. Clipping of mustasch (mustache).
    • 2021 November 30, Måns Lindman, “Tema Movember: Bästa mustascherna på film [Theme Movember: The best mustaches on film]”, in Gamereactor[3]:
      [] från bästa musch till årets miss-tasche.
      [] from best tache to the year's mis-tache.
DeclensionEdit
Declension of musch 
Singular Plural
Indefinite Definite Indefinite Definite
Nominative musch muschen muscher muscherna
Genitive muschs muschens muschers muschernas
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