Türkçe nasıl söylenir mik
Eş anlamlılar acquiescent
Etimoloji [ 'mEk ] (adjective.) 13th century. From Middle English meek, meke, meoc, from Old Norse mjúkr 'soft' (compare Danish myg 'supple'), from Proto-Germanic *mūkaz (compare Dutch muik 'soft, overripe', German dialect mauch 'dry and decayed, rotten', Mauche 'malanders'), from Proto-Indo-European *(s)meug, *meuk- 'slick, slippery; to slip' (compare Old English smūgan 'to slide, slip', Welsh mwyth 'soft, weak', Latin emungere 'to blow one's nose', Tocharian A muk 'to let go, give up', Lithuanian mùkti 'to slip away from', Old Church Slavonic mŭčati 'to chase', Ancient Greek myssesthai 'to blow the nose', Sanskrit muñcati 'he releases, lets loose').