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English

Etymology

Unattested in Old English; probably cognate with (or perhaps directly borrowed from) Middle Dutch modde, Middle Low German modde, mudde (Low German Mudd).

Pronunciation

Noun

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Singular
mud

Plural
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mud (-)
  1. A mixture of water and soil.
  2. A plaster-like mixture used to texture or smooth drywall.
  3. (construction industry slang) Wet concrete as it is being mixed, delivered, and poured.
  4. (gay slang) fecal matter during anal sex particularly that which coats the penis and condom or is exposed at the anus or leaks from the anal cavity

Translations


Breton

Adjective

mud

  1. mute

Dutch

Noun

mud n.

  1. old measure of volume, mostly used for potatoes: 1 mud is about 70 kg potatoes

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