mice

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle English mice, muis, mise, mis, from Old English mȳs(mice), from Proto-Germanic *mūsiz(mice), nominative and vocative plural of Proto-Germanic *mūs(mouse). Compare Scots mise, myse, myce(mice), West Frisian mûzen(mice), Dutch muizen(mice), German Mäuse(mice), Swedish möss(mice), Faroese mýs(mice), Icelandic mýs(mice). More at mouse.

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mice

  1. plural form of mouse

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mice f (5th declension)

  1. (colloquial) hat
  2. (colloquial) cap
  3. (colloquial) tucker

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