[myoo-sip-er-uh s] /myuˈsɪp ər əs/
muciparous mu·cip·a·rous (myōō-sĭp’ə-rəs)
Secreting, producing, or containing mucus.
[muhk] /mʌk/ noun 1. moist farmyard dung, decaying vegetable matter, etc.; manure. 2. a highly organic, dark or black soil, less than 50 percent combustible, often used as a manure. 3. mire; mud. 4. filth, dirt, or slime. 5. defamatory or sullying remarks. 6. a state of chaos or confusion: to make a muck of […]
/ˈmʌkəˌmʌk/ noun 1. food verb 2. (intransitive) to consume food; eat
[muhk-uh-muhk] /ˈmʌk əˌmʌk/ noun 1. Slang. . 2. Northwestern U.S. . n. “(self-)important person,” 1912, from Chinook jargon, literally “to eat; food.” Also mucky-muck; muckety-muck. Related Terms high muckety-muck
noun, Metallurgy. 1. a rough bar of wrought iron, rolled from blooms of iron extracted from a puddling furnace.