MEANING: verb intr.:
1. To move in a furtive manner.
2. To loiter.
3. To whine.

ETYMOLOGY: A variant of mitch (to steal, hide, shirk), from Old French muchier (to hide). Earliest documented use: 1624.

CME - ECH - never was fond of compulsory Continuing Medical Education

MERCH - Newspeak for "sales goods"

MEECE - several gadgets I use for I/O on my old computers