a depression in which collects.
1780, from mud (n.) + hole (n.).
- Mud in your eye
interjection A toast; a health: He raised his glass and said ”Mud in your eye” (1927+)
/muːˈdɪə/ noun 1. a local governor
[muhd-lahrk] /ˈmʌdˌlɑrk/ noun 1. Chiefly British. a person who gains a livelihood by searching for iron, coal, old ropes, etc., in or low tide. 2. Chiefly British Informal. a street urchin. 3. either of two black and white birds, Grallina cyanoleuca, of Australia, or G. bruijni, of New Guinea, that builds a large, nest. verb […]
[muhd-luhmp] /ˈmʌdˌlʌmp/ noun 1. a small, short-lived island of clay or silt that forms within a river delta.