Origin of Mediocre
From the late Middle English medioker, from the French médiocre, from the Middle French médiocre, from the Classical Latin mediocris (“in a middle state", “of middle size", “middling", “moderate", “ordinary"), from medius (“middle") + ocris (“rugged mountain"); compare mediocrely and mediocrity.
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
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