mutīgs

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Latvian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From mute (mouth) +‎ -īgs.

Pronunciation[edit]

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Adjective[edit]

mutīgs (def. mutīgais, comp. mutīgāks, sup. vismutīgākais; adv. mutīgi)

  1. talkative, chatty (who likes to talk a lot, who is a resourceful speaker)
    mutīgais vīrs nepalika atbildi parādā — the talkative husband left no answer unsaid (lit. no answer in debt)
    Marta bija paēdusi vakariņas un noklausījās mutīgās Annas nostāstā — Marta had eaten dinner and listened to talkative Anna's story

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