mygla

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Icelandic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From the Old Norse mygla (to grow musty) from the noun mugga (mugginess).

Verb[edit]

mygla (third-person singular past indicative [[{{{1}}}#Icelandic|{{{1}}}]], supine [[{{{2}}}#Icelandic|{{{2}}}]]) myglaði

  1. to mildew, to mould, to grow mouldy, to grow muggy or musty, to moulder
    Allur maturinn myglaði á meðan við vorum í fríi.
    All the food grew mouldy while we were on holiday.

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Swedish[edit]

Verb[edit]

mygla (present myglar, preterite myglade, supine myglat , imperative mygla )

  1. to wangle, to finagle

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