meckern

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German[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Middle High German möckatzen, from mecke, möcke (billygoat), compare Greek μηκάς (mikás, goat), μηκάομαι (mikáomai, bleat), compare also Sanskrit [script?] (meka, goat).

Verb[edit]

meckern (third-person singular simple present meckert, past tense meckerte, past participle gemeckert, auxiliary haben)

  1. to bleat (sound of a goat)
  2. to grouse, to grump, to bitch, to beef, to gripe

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