muckle

What is the difference between mickle and muckle?

mickle | muckle |


In context|chiefly|scotland|lang=en terms the difference between mickle and muckle

is that mickle is (chiefly|scotland) a great amount while muckle is (chiefly|scotland) a great amount.

As adjectives the difference between mickle and muckle

is that mickle is large, great while muckle is (archaic|and|northumbria|and|scotland) large, massive; much.

As nouns the difference between mickle and muckle

is that mickle is (chiefly|scotland) a great amount while muckle is (chiefly|scotland) a great amount.

As a verb muckle is

(us|dialectal) to latch onto something with the mouth.

What is the difference between lot and muckle?

lot | muckle |


As nouns the difference between lot and muckle

is that lot is a large quantity or number; a great deal while muckle is (chiefly|scotland) a great amount.

As verbs the difference between lot and muckle

is that lot is (dated) to allot; to sort; to apportion while muckle is (us|dialectal) to latch onto something with the mouth.

As a adjective muckle is

(archaic|and|northumbria|and|scotland) large, massive; much.

What is the difference between muckle and deal?

muckle | deal | Synonyms |

Muckle is a synonym of deal.


As nouns the difference between muckle and deal

is that muckle is {{context|chiefly|scotland|lang=en}} a great amount while deal is {{context|obsolete|lang=en}} a division, a portion, a share or deal can be {{context|archaic|_|in general sense|lang=en}} an act of dealing or sharing or deal can be {{context|uncountable|lang=en}} wood that is easy to saw (from conifers such as pine or fir).

As adjectives the difference between muckle and deal

is that muckle is {{context|archaic|and|northumbria|and|scotland|lang=en}} large, massive; much while deal is made of deal.

As verbs the difference between muckle and deal

is that muckle is {{context|us|dialectal|lang=en}} to latch onto something with the mouth while deal is {{context|transitive|lang=en}} to distribute among a number of recipients, to give out as one’s portion or share.

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