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Proto-Germanic: *mēnēn, *mḗnōɵ-s
Meaning: moon, month
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: mēna m. (n) `moon'; mēnōɵ-s m. (cons) `month'
Old Norse: māni m. `Mond', mānaδ-r m. `Monat'; mānu-dagr, māna-dagr m. `Montag'
Norwegian: mɔne; mɔnad; mɔndag
Swedish: mɔne; mɔnad; mɔndag
Danish: mɔne; mɔned; mandag
Old English: mōna, -an f., mōne, -an f. `moon, full moon', mōnaɵ (mōnɵ), -es, pl. mōnaɵ/mōnɵas m. `month, lunar or calendar'; { mōnan-däg }
English: moon, month
Old Frisian: mōna; mōnath; mōnen-dei
Old Saxon: māno `Mond', mānoth `Monat'
Middle Dutch: māne f. (/m.); mānet, maent m., f.
Dutch: maan f.; maand f.
Old Franconian: māno
Middle Low German: māne; mānt; mān(en)-dach
Old High German: māno `Mond' (8.Jh.), mānōt `Monat' (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: mān(e), mōn(e) `Mond; Monat', mānōt, mōnōt, mēnōt 'ds.'
German: Mond, Monat
Proto-Germanic: *mēria-n
Meaning: boundary
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: landa-mǟri n. `Grenze, Grenzland'
Swedish: landa-mɔre
Old English: mǟre, ge-mǟre `Grenze, Gebiet', land-gemǟre; mǟrels-rāp `meertouw'
English: mere; moor
Middle Dutch: mēren, māren `binden, meren'; { mēre `Grenzpfahl, Grenzzeichen, Grenze; Pfahl, um etwas festzubringen' }
Dutch: meren `Grenzpfähle setzen; zn einen Pfahl binden, bes. ein Schiff'
Middle Low German: vermoren `meren'
Proto-Germanic: *mēskō, *maskō, *maskwēn, *maskunō, etc.
Meaning: loop
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: mɔskvi m., mɔskun f. `Masche'
Norwegian: moske
Swedish: maska
Danish: maske
Old English: max; mǟscre
English: mesh
Old Saxon: maska f. `maas, net'
Middle Dutch: maessce, Kil. masche, maesche
Dutch: maas
Middle Low German: masche
Low German: westf. māskǝ
Old High German: { māsca }, masca (9.Jh.) `maas, strik'
Middle High German: masche wk. f. 'masche, schlinge'
German: Masche f.
Proto-Germanic: *mēɵ=, *mēlēn, *mḗla-n, *mḗlō, *mēlia-z, *mēlian- vb.
Meaning: meal, time of meal
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *mēla m. (n) `bushel'; mēl n. (a) `hour, time'
Old Norse: mǟlir m. `Mass, Köcher'; mǟla wk. `messen'; māl n. `Zeit, Termin; Mahlzeit; Mass'
Norwegian: mɔl; mäle; mäla vb.
Swedish: mɔl; dial. mäla vb.
Old Danish: mäle vb.
Danish: mɔl
Old English: mǟδ `Mass'; mǟle `Napf', mēle `Mass für flüssige Waren'; mǟl n. `Mass, Zeitpunkt, ssenszeit, Mahlzeit'
Middle English: meal
Middle Dutch: mael n., f. `tijd, keer, etmaal, maaltijd'
Dutch: maal f., n. `tijd, tijdstip, maaltijd'
Middle Low German: māl n. `tijdstip'
Old High German: māl n. `Zeitpunkt' (um 1000)
Middle High German: māl st. n. 'ausgezeichneter Punkt, Zielpunkt, Grenzzeichen, Zeitpunkt, festgesetzte Punkt; Gastmahl, Mahlzeit'
German: Mahl n., Mal n.
Proto-Germanic: *mēwian-
Meaning: shout
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old High German: { māwen `schreien' }
Proto-Germanic: *mḗxōn, *magṓn, *magḗn
Meaning: poppy
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: val-mugi m. `Mohn'
Norwegian: valmoe, valmue, dial. mue
Old Swedish: val-mughe, -moghe
Swedish: vall-mo
Danish: val-mue
Old Saxon: māho; mago-samo
Middle Dutch: maen-cop, KIl. maen `papaver', dial. māne `maanzaad'
Dutch: maankop, -zaad
Middle Low German: mān
Old High German: māho (10.Jh.); mago (9.Jh.); mān (13.Jh.)
Middle High German: māge wk. m., māgen, māhen, mān st. m. 'mohn'
German: Mohn m.; bair. magen
Proto-Germanic: *midi
Meaning: praep./adv.
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: miɵ prp.
Old Norse: meδ prp.
Swedish: med prp., adv.
Old English: mid prp., adv.
Old Saxon: mid prp., mid(i) adv.
Middle Dutch: met, mit prp., adv.
Dutch: met prp., adv.
Middle Low German: mēde, mit prp., adv.
Old High German: mit (8.Jh.), miti (9.Jh.) praep., miti (9.Jh.) adv.
Middle High German: mit prp., pit(e) adv.
German: mit
Proto-Germanic: *midja-; *midjōn, *midja-n; *midjila-, *midjila-n
Meaning: middle, midst
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *midji-s (a) `middle'; *miduma f. (ō) `middle'
Old Norse: miδ-r adj. `mittlerer'; miδja f. `Mitte'; miδ n. `Mitte; Fischplatz im Meer'; meδal n. `Mitte'; miδil adv. `inmitten, zwischen'; mjɔδm f. `Hüfte, Leibesmitte'
Norwegian: mid `mittlerer'; midja `Mitte'; mid `Fischgrund'; mjödm
Swedish: midja `Mitte'; medel `Mitte'; dial. mjörm, mjärm
Old Danish: medel `Mitte'
Danish: midje `Mitte'; med `Mass, Ziel, Zweck'
Old English: midd adj. `mid, middle'; { middel; midde f.; medeme }
Old Frisian: middle
Old Saxon: middia f.; middi n.; middi adj.; middil- adj.; middil adv.
Middle Dutch: mits dat `doordat, omdat, indien; opdat, zodat'; middel n., f., m.
Dutch: mits; middel n.
Old Franconian: medemest `mittelster'
Middle Low German: midde f.; middes (middest, middens) `in het midden'; middel n.; middel adj.
Old High German: mittī f., (um 1000), mitti n. (9.Jh.); mitti adj.; mittil adj. (8.Jh.); { mitil, metal }, { mittil adv. }; {metemo, mittamo `mittelmässig' }
Middle High German: mitte st. f. 'mitte'; mittel st. f. 'mitte'; mittel st. n. `Mitte, Mittel, Vermittlung, was trennend und hindernd in der Mitte steht; mitte `in der Mitte befindlich, mittler'; mittel adj. = mitte
German: Mitte f.; Mittel n.; frühnhd. mitt(e) adj.; mittel
Proto-Germanic: *midu, *midu-z
Meaning: drink made from honey
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: mjɔδ-r m. `Met'
Norwegian: mjöd
Swedish: mjöd
Danish: mjöd
Old English: medu (meodu), -a m., medu (meodu), -wes n. `med, drink made from honey'
English: mead
Old Frisian: mede
East Frisian: Fris miede `honigdrank; meerkrap'
Middle Dutch: mēde m.
Dutch: mede, mee f., m.
Middle Low German: mēde
Old High German: metu (9.Jh.)
Middle High German: mët(e) st. m. 'Met'
German: Met m.
Proto-Germanic: *migVlōn-
Meaning: drizzle
IE etymology: IE etymology
Dutch: { miggelen `staubregnen' }
Proto-Germanic: *mikil-, *mikō
Meaning: great, many
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: mikil-s (a) `great, many'
Old Norse: mikil-l `gross'; mjɔk adv. `viel'
Norwegian: mükjen
Swedish: mücken
Old Danish: megel, mögel
Danish: megen
Old English: micel `mickle, great'
English: mickle
Old Saxon: mikil
Middle Dutch: mēkel
Old Franconian: mikil
Old High German: mihhil
Middle High German: michel adj. 'gross; viel', adv. 'sehr; viel (beim kompar.)', michel st. f. ' die grösse'
Proto-Germanic: *mikjan-
Meaning: observe
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Frisian: mitza `beachten'
Middle Dutch: micken `das Auge worauf richten, beachten; beabsichten'
Dutch: mikken
Middle Low German: micken `das Auge worauf richten, beachten'
Proto-Germanic: *mildēn-, *mildōn- vb., *mildō(n)
Meaning: say, tell
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old English: meld `Bekanntmachen', meldian `anklagen, erklären'
Old Frisian: ūr-meldia `vermelden'
Old Saxon: meldon, meldian `angeben, erzählen'; melda f. `verraad'
Middle Dutch: melden `aangeven, verklappen, meedelen, melden'
Dutch: melden
Middle Low German: melden 'angeben, verkünden, verraten, zeigen, nennen'
Old High German: melda `Anklage, Angabe, Verrat' (9.Jh.), meldōn, meldēn (9.Jh.) `angeben, verraten, erzählen, nennen'
Middle High German: mëlden wk. 'angeben, verkünden, verraten, zeigen, nennen'; mëlde st. f. 'verrat, angeberei, verleumdung; gerücht; anzeige, meldung'
German: melden
Proto-Germanic: *mildia-, *malda-
Meaning: mild
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *un-mild-s `unkind'; *mildiɵa f. (ō) `mildness, kindness'
Old Norse: mild-r `freigebig, gnädig, fromm'
Norwegian: mild
Swedish: mild
Danish: mild
Old English: milde `milde, gültig, freundlich'
English: mild
Old Frisian: milde
Old Saxon: mildi
Middle Dutch: milde `zacht, liefderijk, mild, rijkelijk'
Dutch: mild
Middle Low German: milde
Old High German: milti `gütig, freundlich, freigebig' (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: milte, milde adj. 'freundlich, gütig, barmherzig, wohltätig'
German: mild
Proto-Germanic: *mildōn, *maldiōn, *muldōn
Meaning: a plant
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Swedish: mäld-ürt `Melde'; molda
Swedish: molda `Chenopodium'
Old English: melde, -an f. `orach'
English: dial. milds
Old Saxon: maldia
Middle Dutch: melde
Dutch: melde f., (älter.) milde
Middle Low German: melde
Old High German: { melda }, melta f. (9.Jh.), { malta }, {muolta }, molta, multa (12.Jh.) `Melde'
Middle High German: mëlde 'melde', {melte}
German: Melde f.
Proto-Germanic: *milgian-
Meaning: to soak grain
IE etymology: IE etymology
Middle High German: { milgen `Getreide zu Viehfutter einweichen' -- нет нигде! }
Proto-Germanic: *miliɵ-, *miliska-
Meaning: honey
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: { miliɵ }
Old English: mele-, mil-dēaw `honey-dew, nectar', milisc adj. `honeyed, sweet, mellow, mulled'
Proto-Germanic: *millunja-z; *mulnia-n
Meaning: lightning (?)
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: Mjɔllni-r `Thors Hammer'; myln n. `Feuer'
Proto-Germanic: *miluk-, *milik- ; *milkan-, *milukian-, *milxtō, *milktra-, *mulk=
Meaning: milk, melk
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: miluk-s f. (cons) `milk'
Old Norse: mjolka wk. `melken, milchen'; pl. mjaltir f. `Molken'; { mjaltr `milchgebend' }; molkawk. `melken', mülkja wk. `saugen'; mjolk f. `Milch'
Norwegian: mjölk, mjolk, melk; mjölka, mjolka vb.; mjelte, mjölter; mülkja vb.
Old Swedish: molka vb., OGutn mulka vb.
Swedish: mjölk; mjölka vb.
Old Danish: molke vb.
Danish: melk; melke vb.
Old English: melcan st. `melken', meolcian `melken'; molcen `geronnene Milch'; meol(o)c `Milch'
English: milk
Old Frisian: melok; melka vb.; molken `Dickmilch'
Old Saxon: miluk; molken
Middle Dutch: melc; melken `melk geven'; molken `Dickmilch'
Dutch: melk f., m.; melken st.
Middle Low German: melk, melik; melken; molken `Dickmilch'
Old High German: melkan (9.Jh.) st. `melken'; chu-melktra `Melkkübel'; miluh (8.Jh.) `Milch'
Middle High German: milich, milch st. f. 'milch'; mëlchen, mëlken st. tr. 'melken', intr. 'milch geben'; molchen, molken, mulchen, mulken st. n. `Milch und was aus ihr hergestellt wird, Käse, Butter, Käsewasser'
German: Milch f.; melken; Molke f., Molken m.
Proto-Germanic: *mílxa-/*milgá-
IE etymology: IE etymology
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