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mig

or migg

[ mig ]
/ mɪg /
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noun Chiefly Northern, North Midland, and Western U.S.
a playing marble, especially one that is not used as a shooter.
migs, (used with a singular verb) the game of marbles.
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Origin of mig

Perhaps variant of mib with g from game1

Other definitions for mig (2 of 2)

MiG

or Mig, MIG

[ mig ]
/ mɪg /

noun
any of several Russian-built fighter aircraft, as the MiG-15, a jet used in the Korean War.

Origin of MiG

Named after Artem Mi(koyan) and Mikhail G(urevich), Russian aircraft designers
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British Dictionary definitions for mig

MiG
/ (mɪɡ) /

noun
any of various types of Russian and former Soviet fighter aircraft

Word Origin for MiG

from Mi (koyan) and G (urevich), names of designers
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