Mücke

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From Old High German mucka (akin to Old Saxon muggia), from Proto-Germanic *mugjō, *muwō (midge), from Proto-Indo-European *mū- (fly, midge), *mu-, *mew-. Compare German Low German Mügg, Mügge, Dutch Low Saxon mugge, Dutch mug, English midge, Danish myg.

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Mücke f (genitive Mücke, plural Mücken)

  1. mosquito

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