Scot. a unit of liquid measure equal to a little less than a pint
Origin of mutchkinMiddle English muchekyn ; from obsolete Dutch mudseken, a measure of capacity ; from Middle Dutch mudde, bushel ; from Medieval Latin modius, a liquid measure ; from L, the Roman grain measure ; from modus: see mode
A unit of liquid measure that is equal to 0.9 US pint (0.43 liter).
Origin of mutchkinMiddle English muchekyn, from Middle Dutch mudseken, diminutive of mutse, a kind of measure, from Latin modius, grain measure; see med- in Indo-European roots.