mégot

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Etymology[edit]

Probably from regional mégauder (to suckle), from mégaud, from mègue (whey), from Vulgar Latin *mesga, from Gaulish (compare Old Irish medc (whey), Welsh maidd (whey), Cornish meith (whey)), from Proto-Celtic *mezgos (whey), from Proto-Indo-European *mesgos (marrow).

Noun[edit]

mégot m (plural mégots)

  1. cigarette butt, fag end

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