(Muck), a. Like muck; mucky; also, used in collecting or distributing muck; as, a muck fork.
(Muck), v. t. To manure with muck.
(Muck"en*der) n. [Sp. mocador. Cf. Mokadour.] A handkerchief. [Obs.] [Written also
muckinder, muckiter, mockadour.]
(Muck"er) n. A term of reproach for a low or vulgar labor person. [Slang]
(Muck"er), v. t. To scrape together, as money, by mean labor or shifts. [Obs.] Udall.
(Muck"er*er) n. A miser; a niggard. [Obs.]
(Muck"i*ness) n. The quality of being mucky.
(Muc"kle) a. [See Mickle.] Much. [Obs.]
(Muck"mid`den) n. A dunghill. [Scot.]
(Muck"sy) a. Somewhat mucky; soft, sticky, and dirty; muxy. [Prov. Eng.] R. D. Blackmore.
1. (Zoöl.) A larva or grub that lives in muck or manure; applied to the larvæ of the tumbledung and
2. One who scrapes together money by mean labor and devices; a miser. "Misers are muckworms."