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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of midges

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of midges:

Derived Form of midges

root word: midge
plural: midges
root word: midge
Noun: midge
minute two-winged mosquito-like fly lacking biting mouthparts; appear in dancing swarms especially near water
Type ofgnats,
Part ofChironomidae, family Chironomidae,

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  1. Midges Departure- Many viewers were shocked at the shows storyline that Midge ran away
  2. Understandable, but couldnt they have cut Midges character out in a more light-hearted
  3. the show asked what ever happened to Midges daughter Tina?
  4. of mosquitoes I've heard of Mitch's midges they're like tiny little flies
  5. problem in Scotland at certain times of the year with midges and mosquitoes and
  6. Midges stability and normalcy make Scottie view her as maternal figure,
  7. sunlight, goldenness--all those midges, the golden midges,
  8. I could maybe figure out his digits like I was the best way to the midges way
  9. Like many swarms, the midges emerge together to swamp predators
  10. These midges are so nutritious,
  11. those midges in
  12. With no mesh the midges will bite.
  13. so the midges won't bite me when I'm tied up.
  14. which is boiling off volatile chemicals, little midges --
  15. they sort of wilt and allow all these midges out, covered in pollen --
  16. Sorry the midges are out in their hordes.
  17. And above all defy the 'Irish midges',
  18. some kind of freaking devilish vampire-midges that roam everywhere.
  19. -Aaaah ! *screams* -For f**k's sake, midges don't bite do they ?
  20. The only problem with this spot are the little midges, but hopefully they won't be too much