miss-

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See also: miss, Miss, miß, Miß, miß-, and Miss.

German[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle High German mis-, misse-, from Old High German missa-, from Proto-Germanic *missa- (wrongly, badly).

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miss-

  1. Same functions and meanings as the English prefix mis-; a nominal, adjectival and inseparable verbal prefix that negates the meaning or expresses the opposite of its stem or indicates that something isn't being done correctly or isn't correct or good.
    Misserfolg, missverständlich, missachten

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Swedish[edit]

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miss-

  1. mis-

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