/ (ˈmɔːndʒɪ) /
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adjective -gier or -giest
West Yorkshire dialect (esp of a child) sulky, bad-tempered, or peevish
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Word Origin for maungy
variant of mangy, in extended sense: restless, dissatisfied
Words nearby maungy
maunder, Maunder minimum, maundy, Maundy money, Maundy Thursday, maungy, Maupassant, Maupertuis, Maura, Maureen, Mauretania
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