Türkische aussprache maygreyn
Etymologie [ 'mI-"grAn, British often ] (noun.) 15th century. 1777 re-spelling (following French) of late 14th century Middle English megrim, from 13th century Old French migraigne, from Vulgar Latin pronunciation of Late Latin hemicrania (“pain in one half of the head”), from Ancient Greek ἡμικρανία (hemikrania), from ἡμι- (hēmi-, “hemi-, half”) + κρανίον (kranion, “skull”) (from whence also cranium)“” in the Online Etymology Dictionary, Douglas Harper, 2001 < a literal translation of Egyptian gs-tp 'headache'Borghouts, , 1971. p.9. Cognate to megrim, hemicrania.