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AdjectiveEdit

muts

  1. masculine plural of mut

NounEdit

muts

  1. plural of mut

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EtymologyEdit

From Middle Dutch mutse. Cognate with German Mütze. This etymology is incomplete. You can help Wiktionary by elaborating on the origins of this term.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /mʏts/
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  • Hyphenation: muts
  • Rhymes: -ʏts

NounEdit

muts f (plural mutsen, diminutive mutsje n)

  1. tuque (knitted winter cap), a type of brimless hat
    Een muts op mijn hoofd, mijn kraag staat omhoog. Het is hier ijskoud, maar gelukkig wel droog.(Guus Meeuwis – Brabant)
    A tuque on my head, my collar stands high. Here it is ice-cold, but luckily enough, dry.
  2. (informal) vagina
  3. (derogatory) annoying or stupid woman
    • 2015, Natasha Oakley, Onverwachte bruiloft, →ISBN, page 21:
      Die bemoeizuchtige, oude muts moest ook een voornaam hebben, maar zij had hem nog nooit gehoord.
      That meddling, old annoying woman had to have a first name, but she had never heard it.
  4. (informal) clumsy woman, a female dork
    • 2013, Rachel Renée Russell, Mijn gemuts[1], →ISBN, page 15:
      Dat ik de grootste muts van de hele school ben is al erg genoeg.
      It's bad enough that I'm the biggest dork of the entire school.

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