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muckle

[ muhk-uhl ]
/ ˈmʌk əl /
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adjective British Dialect.

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Origin of muckle

Middle English mukel, variant of muchel;see much
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British Dictionary definitions for muckle

muckle
/ (ˈmʌkəl) Scot /

adjective

large; much

adverb

much; greatly

Word Origin for muckle

dialect variant of mickle
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