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Proto-Germanic: *marō(n)
Meaning: (night-)mare
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: mara f. `Mahre, Alp (Traumgestalt)'
Norwegian: mara
Swedish: mara f.
Danish: mare
Old English: märe (mare, mere), -an f. `night-mare, monster oppressing men during sleep'
English: night-mare
Middle Dutch: māre `nachtspook, nachtelijke kwelgeest', nacht-merrië, -mērië, -mēre f.
Dutch: nachtmerrie f.
Middle Low German: māre, mar m. (/ f.)
Old High German: mara f. (9.Jh.)
Middle High German: mar(e) m., f. 'nachtalp'
German: Mahr m., Nachtmahr m.
Proto-Germanic: *marrōn-, *murrōn-, *murmurōn-
Meaning: mutter, etc.
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: murra wk. `brummen, murmeln'; marra wk. `murren, knurren'
Norwegian: murra vb.
Old Swedish: marra `murren, knurren'
Swedish: morra vb.
Danish: murre vb.
Middle Dutch: murmelen, mormeren, murmeren; morren `knurren, schelten'
Dutch: murmelen
Old Franconian: murmulon
Middle Low German: murmeren, murmelen 'murren'; murren `summen, brummen'
Old High German: murmurōn, murmulōn (8.Jh.) `murmeln'
Middle High German: murmern, murmeln wk. 'murren, heimlich untereinander erzählen, verstohlen als Gerüch verbreiten'; { murren `murmeln' }
German: murmeln, murren
Proto-Germanic: *marɵiō ?
Meaning: wedding
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: CrimGot marzus `nuptiae'
Proto-Germanic: *márxa-z, *margá-z; *márxi-z, *márxiō(n), *margiṓ(n)
Meaning: steed
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: mar-r m. `Pferd'; mer-r f. `Stute'
Norwegian: merr `Stute'
Swedish: märr `Stute'
Danish: mär `Stute'
Old English: mearh, gen. meares m. `horse, steed'; { miere }
English: mare
Old Frisian: OWFris merrie
Old Saxon: meriha, { merge `Stute' }
Middle Dutch: mērie, merrie, marie, marrie
Dutch: merrie f., dial. mērǝ, mēr, merrǝjǝ, mari
Middle Low German: mēre, mērie `Stute'
Old High German: marah- в слож. `Pferd' (9.Jh.); meriha (9.Jh.) `Stute'
Middle High German: marc (-k-), march (-h-), md. mar st. n. `streitross'; mɛrhe wk. f. 'stute, mähre; hure'
German: Mähre
Proto-Germanic: *marxin= (~ mirxan=)
Meaning: soup of bread and wine/water
IE etymology: IE etymology
Middle Low German: meren `Brot in Wein oder Wasser eintrunken'
Proto-Germanic: *marxw=
Meaning: sausage
IE etymology: IE etymology
Norwegian: dial. mɔr, mor n. `essbare Teile der Eingeweide, die zur Fleischwurst gebraucht werden, Fleischwurst, geräucherte Wurst'
Old English: mearh `Wurst'
Proto-Germanic: *más=
Meaning: burned wood; scar, sore
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: mɔsur-r m. `Waldahorn; geflammtes Holz'
Norwegian: dial. masa `met vlamfiguren beschilderen'
Swedish: masur `geflammtes Birkenholz'
Danish: masret `geflammt (von Holz)'; mase `hout, dat met andere houtsoorten ingelegt is'; (older) masel `Pustel'
Old English: { maser `Knoten im Holz', mäsele `Fleck' }
Middle English: pl. maseles
English: measles `Masern'
Old Saxon: masur `Auswachs, Beule'
Middle Dutch: māse f. `vlek'; māsel `vlek, smet'
Dutch: pl. mazelen
Middle Low German: māser `geflammtes Holz'; māse f. `Fleck in der Haut, Narbe, Wunde'; māsel(e), massele `Hautfleck', pl. māselen `rote Hautflecke, Masern'
Low German: Masseln
Old High German: { māsa `Fleck in der Haut, Narbe, Wunde' }, masar, masur m. `knorriger Auswuchs an Bäumen' (9.Jh.); masala `Krampfader' (9.Jh.)
Middle High German: maser st. m. `knorriger Auswuchs an Bäumen; Becher aus Maserholz'; masel `weberschlichte; blutgeschwulst an den knöcheln'
German: Maser f; [ Masern pl. < LG ]
Proto-Germanic: *masta-z
Meaning: mast (fruit)
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old English: mäst, -es m. `mast, fruit of forest trees (oak, beech), used for feeding swine'
English: mast
Middle Dutch: mast `varkensvoer'
Dutch: mast m. `eikels en beukenoten als varkensvoer'
Middle Low German: mast
Old High German: mast `Befruchtung, fruchtbares Land, Futter, Mästung' (um 1000)
Middle High German: mast st. m., f., n. 'befruchtung, benetzung; befruchtetes, fruchtbares land; futter; frucht; eichelmast, mastrecht; mästung'
German: Mast f.
Proto-Germanic: *masta-z
Meaning: mast (sheep-)
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: mast-r m. `Schiffsmast'
Old English: mäst, -es m. `pole to support a sail, mast'
English: mast
Middle Dutch: mast `mast, paal, kruishout'
Dutch: mast m.
Middle Low German: mast `mast, paal'
Old High German: mast `Mastbaum' (9.Jh.)
Middle High German: mast st. m. `Stange, Fahnen-, Speerstange; Mastbaum'
German: Mast m.
Proto-Germanic: *mati-z
Meaning: meal
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: mat-s m. (i) `food'; matjan wk. `eat, have a meal'
Old Norse: mat-r m. `Speise'
Norwegian: mat
Swedish: mat
Danish: mad
Old English: mete
Old Frisian: mete
Old Saxon: meti
Middle Dutch: met
Old High German: { maʒ }
Middle High German: maʒ, gen. -ʒes, -ʒʒes st. n. 'Speise, Mahl, Mahlzeit'
Proto-Germanic: *matja-n,, *mattVka-z
Meaning: mattock, ploughhare
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old English: mattuc (mattoc, mettoc, meottic), -es m. `mattock, kind of pickaxe'
English: mattock
Old High German: { (gl.) medela `Pflug' }, stein-mezzo `Steinmetz'
Middle High German: mɛtze, mɛtz st. n. 'messer'
German: { Steinmetz }
Proto-Germanic: *máɵō(n), -ēn; *múɵɵōn, *máɵɵō; *máɵVka-z
Meaning: moth
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: maɵa m. (n) `worm'
Old Norse: motti m. `Motte'; maδk-r m. `Made'
Norwegian: mott `Motte, Milbe'; makk
Old Swedish: maɵker, madk, matk
Swedish: mott `Motte, Milbe'; dial. makk, mark
Old Danish: madk
Old English: moɵɵe, -an f. `moth'; maɵu, -e f. `bug, maggot (?)', maɵa, -an n. `grub, worm, maggot'
Middle English: mathek, maddock
English: moth
Old Saxon: matho
Middle Dutch: made; motte` mutte
Dutch: made f. `made, wormpje'; mot f.
Middle Low German: māde `Made'; maddik, meddik, moddik `regenworm'; mutte, motte `Motte'
Old High German: mado (9./10. Jhd.) `Made'
Middle High German: made wk. m. 'made, wurm; unentwickelte leibesfrucht'; [ mott, mothe, mut(te), matt(e) < MLG ]
German: [ Motte f. (frühnhd. mott, mothe) < LG ]; Made f.
Comments: NGerm *maɵōn > Fin, Lapp mato, Est madu `worm'
Proto-Germanic: *maudian-
Meaning: remind
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *maudjan wk. `remind', ga-maudjan `call to mind, remind'; *ga-maudī f. (n) `cognizance'
Proto-Germanic: *maura-z, *miuriō; *miurō
Meaning: ant
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: CrimGot miera `formica'
Old Norse: maur-r m. `Ameise'
Norwegian: maur
Old Swedish: mǖr, mǖra
Swedish: müra; dial. möur
Danish: müre
Old English: ? mǖre (~ mīre), -an f.: Mǖran hēafod (nickname) `equae caput' or `caput formicae' ?
Middle English: mire, mǖre
English: pismire
Middle Dutch: { mure }, miere
Dutch: mier f,
Middle Low German: mire
Proto-Germanic: *mau-s-id-ō(n-) f.
Meaning: pillage
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Franconian: { chrēo-mōsido 'Leichenberäubung' }
Comments: Maybe hitherto MLG mouwe 'Ärmel'.
Proto-Germanic: *mazgi-z, -n; *mazga-z, -n; *mirga-z; *muzga-n
Meaning: marrow
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: merg-r m. `Mark im Knochen'
Norwegian: merg
Old Swedish: miärghe-r
Swedish: märg
Danish: marv
Old English: mearg (mearh; märg, märh), -es n., m. `marrow, pith'
English: marrow
Old Frisian: merg n., m.
Old Saxon: marg
Middle Dutch: maerch, march, meerch, merch, morch, murch
Dutch: merg n., dial. murg
Middle Low German: march
Old High German: marg (9.Jh.)
Middle High German: marc (-g-), march (-h-) 'mark, medulla'
German: Mark n.
Proto-Germanic: *meiz=, *maizia-, *maista-; *mērī, *mēri
Meaning: more, most
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: comp. mais adv. `more', maiza adj. `greater, larger', sup. maist-s adj. `greatest, best'; { mēr-s `beroemd' }; mērjan wk. `proclaim'
Old Norse: mǟra `preisen, loben'; meir adv. `mehr'; meiri adj. `mehr, grösser'; mest-r adj. `meisster, grösster, besser', mest adv.; mǟr-r `berühmt'
Norwegian: meir adv., adj. `mehr'
Swedish: mer `mehr'; mer(a) adj. `mehr, grösser'
Old Danish: Run. -mariR, ? mariha
Danish: mer `mehr'
Old English: mā adv. `more', māra, mǟst (māst) adj., adv.; { mǟre `beroemd' }
English: more, most
Old Frisian: mēr, mē, mār, mā; māra; māst; mēre n. `tijding'
Old Saxon: mārian `verkünden'; mēr, mēro, mēst; mēro; māri `beroemd'; mēst adj., adv.
Middle Dutch: meer; mēre, meest; māre f. `vermaardheit, gerucht, tijding, vermaarde gebeurtenis'; māre `beroemd, vermaard, roemvol, bekend'
Dutch: meer, meest; mare, maar f.
Old Franconian: meist
Middle Low German: mēr, mē, mēre adj. `verhaal, bericht, gerucht'; adv.; mēst
Old High German: mēro, mēra adj., mēr adv. (8.Jh.); meisto adj. (8.Jh.), meist adv. (8./9.Jh.); -mār: Folk-mār, Hlodo-mār usw.; māren `verkünden'; mārī f., māri n. `gerucht, bericht'; māri `beroemd'
Middle High German: mē, mēr adj., mēre adv.; meist adj., meist(e) adv.
German: mehr, meist; { Mähre }
Proto-Germanic: *mējan- vb.; *mēdō, *mēdwō; *mada-n; *maɵō, *maɵwō
Meaning: mow; meadow, pasture
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old English: mǟɵ `das Mähen, Mahd'; māwan st.; mǟd, mǟdwe 'Wiese'
English: after-, latter-math; mow; meadow
Old Frisian: 3 prs. mēth; mēde `weiland, hooiland'
Old Saxon: matha (in ON)
Middle Dutch: maeyen; māde; māde, mede, maet, meet f. `weiland, hooiland'
Dutch: maaien; made f.; mad n. `de door een streek van de zeis afgemaaide grond', dial. (limb., zuidnl.) gromǝt, grommǝt
Old Franconian: mada
Middle Low German: māde `zu mähende Wiese'; meyen { meien, meigen, megen }; mēde `weiland, hooiland'
Old High German: māda (9.Jh.) `das Mähen, Heuernte, Heu, Wiese', mād n.; māen (9.Jh.); mato-screc `Wiesenhüpfer = Heuschrecke'; gruo(n)māt (13.Jh.)
Middle High German: māt, gen. mādes st. n., f. `das Mähen, Heuernte; Heu, Wiese'; mǟjen, mǟgen, mǟn wk. 'mähen'; gruonmat f.; mate, matte wk./st. f. 'wiese'
German: mähen, Mahd f., Grummet, Grumt n., Matte f.
Proto-Germanic: *mḗla-n
Meaning: sign, spot
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *mel n. (a): pl. mēla `Schriftzeichen'; ufar-mēli n. (ja) `inscription, title'; mēljan wk. `write; compile a record; register, enroll (for taxation'
Old Norse: māl n. `Zeichen, Fleck'; mǟla wk. `malen'
Norwegian: mäla vb.
Swedish: dial. mäla vb.
Old English: { mǟl; ge-mǟlan }
Old Saxon: hōbith-māl; mālon `verzieren, bemalen'
Middle Dutch: mael
Dutch: maal n. `teken, kenteken'
Middle Low German: māl `Zeichen, Merkmal, Fleck'; mālen
Old High German: māl `Zeichen, Merkmal, Fleck'; { ana-mali `Fleck, Narbe' }; mālōn, -ēn `ein Zeichen machen, abgrenzen, bunt verzieren, färben, schreiben, im Geist entwerfen, malen, zeichnen' (9.Jh.), in-mālēn (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: māl st. n. `ausgezeichneter punkt, zielpunkt; zeichen, merkmal, fleck; schmuck, zierat nes/ an der rüstung u dgl.'; mālen wk. 'zeichen machen, mit einem zeichen versehen' usw/
German: malen; Mal
Proto-Germanic: *mḗlō
Meaning: calf
IE etymology: IE etymology
Dutch: maal f. `koe van anderhalf tot twee jaar'
Old Franconian: māla, Geld maola
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