Türkische aussprache mäk
Etymologie [ 'mäk, 'mok ] (verb.) 15th century. From Middle English mokken, from Middle French mocquer (“to deride, jeer”), from Middle Dutch mocken (“to mumble”) or Middle Low German mucken (“to grumble, talk with the mouth half-opened”), both from Old Saxon *mokkian, *mukkian (“to low, mumble”), from Proto-Germanic *mukkjanan, *mūhanan (“to low, bellow, shout”), from Proto-Indo-European *mūg-, *mūk- (“to low, mumble”). Cognate with Old High German firmucken (“to be stupid”), Modern German mucksen (“to utter a word”), Dutch dialectal mokkel (“kiss”).