Verb, infinitive; to ming.
Present continuative tense: minging
Simple present tense: mings.
1. to smell badly
2. to be drunk (usu. used in past tense)
3. to be generally distasteful
This word is widely used in the North of England and Scotland.
Etymology: variation of meng, mong and mongoloid, yet with no racist or discriminatory overtones.
The noun is not *mingoloid, rather it is derived from this verb: minger, q.v.
"By God I ming today!"
"I was minging last night!"
"Those sandwiches are minging!"
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