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mimmer   
      

It Has 6 letters ( m i m m e r )         2 vowels ( i e )         4 consonants ( m m m r )         Word on the contrary remmim

Which the Definition/Meaning of mimmer in categoryENGLISH - ETYMOLOGY 1
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English - Etymology 1

Origin uncertain. Perhaps from an alteration of _mammer_; or from Middle Dutch _mimmeren_, _mīmeren_ (“to ponder”); or from Old English _mymerian_, _mimorian_ (“to keep in mind, remember”). See also mammer. Compare also Danish and Norwegian _mimre_ (“to reminisce”). VERB MIMMER (_third-person singular simple present_ MIMMERS, _present participle_ MIMMERING, _simple past and past participle_ MIMMERED) * (transitive, rare) To dote; dream; mammer. * 1892, George Darley, _Sylvia: or, The May queen, a lyrical drama - Page 81_: A MIMMERING driveller! — Shove him without! He's not worth torments. * 2007, Andreas Diesel, Dieter Gerten, _Looking for Europe_: One many rainbow all ways beginning To bring the MIMMERED underside Where may a new colour unravel the story In ever changing labyrinths [...] DERIVED TERMS * mimmering * mimmerkin RELATED TERMS * mammer

Origin uncertain. Perhaps from an alteration of mammer; or from Middle Dutch mimmeren, mīmeren (to ponder); or from Old English mymerian, mimorian (to keep in mind, remember). See also mammer. Compare also Danish and Norwegian mimre (to reminisce).

Verb

mimmer (third-person singular simple present mimmers, present participle mimmering, simple past and past participle mimmered)

  1. (transitive, rare) To dote; dream; mammer.
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Which the Definition/Meaning of mimmer in categoryENGLISH - ETYMOLOGY 2
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English - Etymology 2

Variation of _mummer_. NOUN MIMMER (_plural_ MIMMERS) * alternative form of _mummer_ * 2011, Daniel Diehl, Mark P Donnelly, _Medieval Celebrations_: Plays performed by troupes of medieval traveling players, or occasionally by a few daring townsfolk, were known as mummers' plays, and those who performed them were alternately known as mummers or MIMMERS.

Variation of mummer.

Noun

mimmer (plural mimmers)

  1. alternative form of mummer


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