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[mee-grim] /ˈmi grɪm/

megrims, low spirits; the blues.
a whim or caprice.
noun (functioning as sing)
(archaic) a fit of depression
(archaic) a disease of horses and cattle; staggers
noun (archaic)
(often pl) a caprice
a migraine
a flatfish, Lepidorhombus whiffiagonis, of the turbot family, having a yellowish translucent body up to 50 cm (20 in.) in length, found in European waters, and caught for food

see migraine.

megrim me·grim (mē’grĭm)
See migraine.


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