There are 2 definitions of mickey in English:

mickey1

Syllabification: mick·ey
Pronunciation: /ˈmikē
 
/

noun

informal
1 short for Mickey Finn. I bet some guy slipped me a mickey
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  • The first five tracks sparkle with second-hand guitar lines from all three EPs, but with the welcome break of ‘A Cathedral at Night,’ My Favorite slips you a micky on the sly.
  • Do this for a couple of nights, and you may think someone slipped you a Viagra micky.
  • That mickey I was slipped stole a month of my life, and I'm not happy.
2 (in phrase take the mickey) chiefly British Tease or ridicule someone.
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  • You had to try and block your mind off from what they were talking about because they were laughing and joking and taking the mickey out of me.
  • It's a joke; you fool about; they take the mickey out of you and it's fun.
  • They liked irreverence, taking the mickey, politically incorrect humour, mockery, satire.

Origin

1930s: of unknown origin.

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There are 2 definitions of mickey in English:

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noun

Irish informal
A man’s penis.

Origin

early 20th century: pet form of the given name Michael.

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