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EtymologyEdit

From Proto-West Germanic *muggju, from Proto-Germanic *mugjō (midge, mosquito, gnat). Akin to Old Saxon muggia, Old High German mucka, mugga, Old Norse .

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myċġ m

  1. a small fly; gnat; mosquito; midge

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  • Middle English: migge, mydge