adjective Archaic.

moldy; musty.

Origin of mucid

1650–60; < Latin mūcidus musty, moldy, equivalent to mūc- (see mucor) + -idus -id4
Related formsmu·cid·ness, noun Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Related Words for mucid

close, dank, moist, pasty, slimy, soggy, sticky, sweaty, wet, drizzly, mucid, mucous

British Dictionary definitions for mucid



rare mouldy, musty, or slimy
Derived Formsmucidity or mucidness, noun

Word Origin for mucid

C17: from Latin mūcidus, from mucēre to be mouldy
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