WestrobothnianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Norse mikill, from Proto-Germanic *mikilaz. Akin to English much.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /²mʏt͡ɕːe̞n/
  • (neuter) IPA(key): /²mʏt͡ɕːe̞/, /²møɪ̯t͡ɕːe̞/, /²mɵɪ̯t͡ɕːe̞/, /²miːt͡ɕe̞/

AdjectiveEdit

mykjen (neuter mykje, comparative meir, superlative mest)

  1. a lot, much
    mykjen folk
    a lot of people
    mykjen fåra
    many sheep
    mykje tin
    a lot of the time
  2. (neuter, as an adverb) a lot, often
    då bruke ve mykje få pärkakun
    then we used to often get potato bread