mesciare

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Etymology[edit]

Possibly a variant of mischiare, itself from Vulgar Latin *misc(u)lāre (compare Venetian misiar, misciar), or a variant of mescidare, miscidare, mescitare, also now archaic/obsolete or literary words, derived from Vulgar Latin *miscitāre (compare Friulian messedâ, Venetian mesedar, Romansch maschadar; cf. also Italian mestare), ultimately from Latin misceō (I mix).

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mesciare

  1. (obsolete) To mix or stir

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