Muckle meaning

mukəl
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(chiefly Scotland) A great amount.
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(archaic, outside, Northumbrian and Scotland) Large, massive.
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(archaic, outside, Northumbrian and Scotland) Much.
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(US, dialectal) To latch onto something with the mouth.
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(rare) To talk big; to exaggerate.
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Origin of muckle

From Middle English mukel, muchel, from the same source as (perhaps a variant of) mickle, which see.