muckle

muckle

[muhk-uhl]
adjective British Dialect.

Origin:
Middle English mukel, variant of muchel; see much

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mickle or dialect (Scot), (Northern English) muckle (ˈmɪkəl, ˈmʌkəl)
 
adj
1.  great or abundant
 
adv
2.  much; greatly
 
n
3.  a great amount, esp in the proverb, mony a little makes a mickle
4.  (Scot) a small amount, esp in the proverb, many a mickle maks a muckle
 
[C13 mikel, from Old Norse mikell, replacing Old English micelmuch]
 
muckle or dialect (Scot), (Northern English) muckle
 
adj
 
adv
 
n
 
[C13 mikel, from Old Norse mikell, replacing Old English micelmuch]

muckle (ˈmʌkəl)
 
adj
1.  large; much
 
adv
2.  much; greatly
 
[dialect variant of mickle]

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