myschevous

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Middle English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

Possibly borrowed from Anglo-Norman meschevous; however possibly formed from myschef +‎ -ous; in that case, the Anglo-Norman form would be a borrowing from Middle English.

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /mɛsˈtʃeːvuːs/, /misˈtʃeːvuːs/, /misˈtʃeːvus/

Adjective[edit]

myschevous

  1. Sorrowful, distraught; experiencing hardship or penury.
  2. Harmful, destructive, injurious, painful.
  3. Morally wrong; iniquitous, malicious, unfair.

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