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See also: my, m’y, .my, My, Mỹ, and MY



Etymology 1[edit]

From Old Norse , from Proto-Germanic *mugjǭ, *mują, from Proto-Indo-European *mu ‎(fly), *mew-. Cognates with Norwegian mygg, Swedish mygga, Danish myg, Old English mycg, mycge (whence Middle English mygga, English midge); Old High German mucka (German Mücke ‎(mosquito)); Latvian muša; Albanian mizë; Russian муха ‎(múxa); Ancient Greek μυῖα ‎(muîa); Ukranian муха ‎(múxa); Bulgarian муха ‎(múxa); Lower Sorbian mucha, Polish mucha and Slovak mucha. Akin to Latin musca ‎(fly). Compare the Dutch mug.


 n ‎(genitive singular mýs, nominative plural )

  1. (collective) midge, blackfly, midget, gnat
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Etymology 2[edit]

From Ancient Greek μῦ ‎().



  1. mu (Greek letter)