mickle

adjective
mick·le | \ ˈmi-kəl \
variants: or less commonly \ˈmē-kəl \

Definition of mickle 

chiefly Scotland

: great, much

Other words from mickle

mickle adverb chiefly Scotland

First Known Use of mickle

before the 12th century, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for mickle

Middle English mikel, from Old English micel — more at much

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