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Proto-Germanic: *múlxa-z, *múlxēn
Meaning: lizard, salamander
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Saxon: molle
Middle Low German: molle
Old High German: mol (um 800), mol(l) (um 1100), molm (9.Jh.), molt (Hs. 12.Jh.)
Middle High German: mol, molle st./wk. m. 'eidechse, molche'
German: Molche `Salamander' (15.Jh.)
Proto-Germanic: *mund=
Meaning: hand
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: mund f. `Hand', mund-r m. `Brautgeschenk, Mitgift'
Old English: mund, -e f. `hand; hand (as a measure)' {`Bräutigamsgabe, Hand, Bevormundung' }
Old Frisian: mund `Vormundschaft'
Old Saxon: mund `Hand'
Middle Dutch: vōremonde
Middle Low German: vȫrmünde, vȫrmunt
Old High German: munt f. `Hand, Schutz' (um 800); fora-munto `Rechtsbeistand, Rechtsvertreter' (10.Jh.)
Middle High German: munt st. m., f. `Hand; Schutz, Bevormundung, Erlaubnis'; vormunde, vormünde, vormunr, vürmunt
German: Vormund m.; mündig
Proto-Germanic: *mundōn-, *mundr=, *mandian-
Meaning: pay attention
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *mundōn wk. `pay attention to, observe'; *mundrī f. (n) `goal'
Old Norse: munda wk. `zielen, streben'; mund n. `Zeitpunkt'
Old Saxon: mendian `sich freuen'
Middle Dutch: mender `aandachtig, zich toeleggend op'
Old High German: muntar (9.Jh.) `eifrig, behende, munter', muntarī `ifer, Fleisch'; mendī `Freude', menden `sich freuen'
Middle High German: munder, munter 'wach, wachsam; frisch, eifrig, lebhaft, aufgeweckt'
German: munter
Proto-Germanic: *munjōn, *muniwō
Meaning: a fish
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old English: myne m. `capito', `mena'
English: minnow `Leuciscus phoxinus'
East Frisian: Fris meun, mune Erlitze (гольян)
Dutch: meun m. `Erlitze (гольян)'
Middle Low German: mone, mome `Erlitze (гольян)'
Old High German: { muniwa `capedo' }
German: { Münne, Möhn }, dial. mene, möne, mine `Erlitze (гольян)'
Proto-Germanic: *múnɵa-z; *múnɵēn
Meaning: mouth
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: munɵ-s m. (a) `mouth'
Old Norse: munn-r, mūδ-r m. `Mund'; munni m. `Loch, Öffnung'
Norwegian: munn; munne
Swedish: mun
Danish: mund
Old English: mūɵ, -es m. `mouth; mouth, opening, orifice'; { mūɵa }
English: mouth
Old Frisian: mūth; mūtha
Old Saxon: mund, mūth
Middle Dutch: mont m., f.
Dutch: mond m.; -monde, -muiden
Old Franconian: munt
Middle Low German: munde, mūde
Old High German: mund (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: munt (-d-) st. mj. 'mund, maul; mündung, öffenung'
German: Mund m.
Proto-Germanic: *murgana-, *smurgVn=
Meaning: flabby; weaken
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old High German: { morgen `schlaff' }
German: { dial. schmorgen `darben, notleiden' }
Proto-Germanic: *murgi-, *murgian- vb.
Meaning: short, slow
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *ga-mɔrgjan wk. `shorten'
Old English: myrge `leisurily'
English: merry
Old High German: murg, murgi `kurz', murg-fāri `zerbrechlich'
Middle High German: murc 'morsch, mürbe, welk, faul; morastig; schadhaft'
Proto-Germanic: *murgVna-z, *margina-z; *mirkwia-, *mirkwian- vb.; *mirkwiēn
Meaning: morning
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: mɔrgin-s m. (a) `morning(time); tomorrow'
Old Norse: mürgin-n, morgin-n, morgun-n, mergin-n m. `Morgen'; mürk-r `finster', mjorkvi, mürkvi, mörkvi m. `dichter Nebel'; mürkja, mürkva wk. `dunkel machen, werden'
Norwegian: morgon; mürk adj.; mürkja vb.
Old Swedish: mürkia vb.
Swedish: morgon; mörk adj.
Old Danish: mürkä vb.
Danish: morgen; mörk adj.
Old English: morgen, mergen; mierce `dunkel'
English: morning, morn
Old Frisian: morn
Old Saxon: morgan; mirki `dunkel'
Middle Dutch: morghen m.; { marghen, maerghen, merghen }
Dutch: morgen m.; { dial. margen, mergen }
Old Franconian: morgan, morgen
Middle Low German: morgen
Old High German: morgan (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: morgen st. m. 'morgen, vormittag'
German: Morgen m.
Proto-Germanic: *murka-
Meaning: rotten
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: morkna `morsch werden, verwelken'; NIsl morkin-n `morsch, mürbe von Fäulnis',
Norwegian: morken adj.
Swedish: murken adj.
Middle High German: murc 'morsch, mürbe, welk, faul; morastig; schadhaft'
Proto-Germanic: *murnēn- vb., *mimr=, *maimr=
Meaning: worry
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *mɔrnan wk. `worry, concern oneself'
Old English: ge-mimor `eingedenk', māmor m. `sopor', mām(o)rian `über etwas sinnen und brüten'; murnan `sorgen, ängstlich besorgt sein'
East Frisian: Fris mīmerje `peinzen, mijmeren'
Middle Dutch: mīmeren `peinzen, mijmeren'
Dutch: mijmeren `tief nachsinnen'
Middle Low German: mīmeren, mīmern `peinzen, mijmeren'
Old High German: { mornēn `sorgen, ängstlich besorgt sein' }
Proto-Germanic: *murs=
Meaning: break in pieces
IE etymology: IE etymology
Dutch: vermorzelen, (ouder) morzelen; (ouder) morzel `stuk, brot', morsch `slap, rottig, vuil'
Low German: murs, mursch 'schlapp, faul' { morsch, mors }
Old High German: morsāri (11.Jh.), morsāli (10.Jh.) `Mörser'
Middle High German: morsǟre, mörser, mörsel, morsel st. m. 'Mörser'; zermürsen wk. `zerdrücken, zerquetschen'; mursch (15.Jh.), murs, morsch (16.Jh.), mors, mürs (17.Jh.) `morsch'
German: Mörser m.; morsch; schweiz. morsen, mürsen `zermalmen, kleinsrossen'
Comments: Contamination with Lat. mortarium (OHG mortari, OE mortere);
Proto-Germanic: *múrɵa-n; *múrɵra-n, *múrɵrian-
Meaning: kill, murder
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: mɔrɵr n. `murder'; *mɔrɵjan wk. `kill, murder'
Old Norse: morδ n. `Tod, Mord'; mürδa wk. `morden'
Norwegian: mord; mürda vb.
Swedish: mord; mörda vb.
Danish: mord; mürde vb.
Old English: morɵ m., n., morɵor n. `Mord'; myrɵrian
English: muerder
Old Frisian: morth n.
Old Saxon: morth
Middle Dutch: moort, mort f., m. `moord, dood, slachting, gruweldaad'; morderen, moorderen
Dutch: moord m., f.
Old High German: mord (9.Jh.) `Mord'; murdren, murden (8.Jh.), morden (Hs. 12.Jh.)
Middle High German: mort st. m. 'der tod'; mürden, mörden, morden wk. 'morden, ermorden'
German: Mord m., morden, mördern
Proto-Germanic: *múrxō(n), *múrxiō(n)
Meaning: carrot
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old English: more, moru, -an f. `carrot, parsnip'
English: dial. more `Wurzel'
Old Saxon: moraha
Middle Dutch: more
Middle Low German: mȫre
Old High German: mor(a)ha `Daucus' (10.Jh.)
Middle High German: morhe, morche, more wk. f., morch st. f. 'möhre, morrübe und morchel'; morhel, morchel st. f. 'Morchel'
German: Möhre f.; Morchel
Proto-Germanic: *músa-n; *músēn; *míusa-n, -z; *miuzí-z, *miuziṓ; *máusa-z, -n
Meaning: marsh, moss
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: mosi m. `Moor, Moos'; mǖr-r f. `Sumpf'
Norwegian: mose; mür
Swedish: mossa; mür
Danish: mose; mür
Old English: mos, -es n. `moss, marshy place', mēos, -es m., n.? `moss'
English: moss
Middle Dutch: Kil. mies
Dutch: mos n. `mos, poel'; zuidnl. moos m., n. `modder, gootsteen'
Middle Low German: mos, mōs `mos'
Old High German: mos n. (8.Jh.) `Moos, Sumpf, Moor'; mios `Moos, Mies' (9.Jh.)
Middle High German: mos st. n. 'moos; sumpf, moor'; mies st. n., m. 'moos'
German: Moos n.; Miesmuschel; dial. Mies
Proto-Germanic: *musk-ian- vb.
Meaning: damage
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old English: { gemyscan 'affligere, deformare' }
Proto-Germanic: *musk=
Meaning: dust, mould
IE etymology: IE etymology
Norwegian: dial. musk `Staub, feiner Regen, Dunkelheit'
Danish: dial. musk `Schimmel'
Middle Dutch: mosch, { mosse } `poel, mos'
Proto-Germanic: *mutōn, *mudd=, *smudd=
Meaning: dirt, filth
IE etymology: IE etymology
Swedish: modd `Schneeschmutz', dial. muta `motregen'
Old English: { mot `stofje, splinterje }
Middle English: bismoteren `bevuilen'
English: smut `Schmutzfleck, Russ', mother `Hefen mud Schlamm'; mud
Old Frisian: smudden `beschmutzen'; Fris mot `turfmolm'
East Frisian: mut `gruis, afval, molm', mudden `bevuilen', muddig `vuil'
Middle Dutch: modder(e), mudder(e), mōder(e), meudere m., f. `modder'; besmoderen, besmuederen
Dutch: Theut. modde, mod `vuiligheid, modder', modder m.; dial. mot `nevel', vlam. smodder `modder', dial. möt `stof, fijn zand', mot `fijne afval', modde `vrouwmens, vuil wijf'; smoddig, Teuth. smoddich, westf. smudelig `vuil'
Middle Low German: modder m. `modder', modde, mudde, mōde `Schlamm', mudde `modder in sloten'
Low German: smudden `fein regnen', mittelr. mot `Nebel'
Middle High German: smuz (-tz-) st. m. 'Schmutz' (15.Jh.); [ moder m. `in Verwesung übergegangener Körper, Sumpfland, Moor' < MLG ]
German: Schmutz m.; [ Moder m. ]; schweiz. mott `Torf'
Proto-Germanic: *mūg=, *mugliōn, *muggōn
Meaning: mould
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: mügla f. `Schimmel'; mügla wk. `schimmeln'; mugga f. `feiner Regen'
Norwegian: mügla sbs.; mugga sbs.; mugg `Schimmel; Nebelregen'
Swedish: mögel; dial. mugg `Schimmel, Feuchtigkeit'
Old Danish: mul `Schimmel'; mu(g)en `feucht, schwül'
Danish: mug `Schimmel'
Middle English: mugen `nebelig w.'
East Frisian: smūgen `neblig sein, fein regnen'
German: { dial. maugel `nebelig, bewölkt, dämmerig' }
Proto-Germanic: *mūkōn-, *mūkilōn- vb., *mūkil=; *muk=
Meaning: thief, to steal, rob
IE etymology: IE etymology
English: dial. to miche `sich verstecken, stehlen', micher `Dieb'
Dutch: mokkelen `omhelzen en zoenen', zuidnl. `vleien, naar de mond praten', dial. mokkel `zoen'
Old High German: mūhhari, mūhho, mūhheo `Wegelagerer, Strassenräuber', { muhhēn }, muhhōn `heimlich lauern, anfallen' (8.Jh.); mūhhāri `Wegelagerer' (8.Jh.); mūhhilāri `heimlich Lauernd, Wegelagerer' (11./12.Jh.), mūhhils-wert (10./11.Jh.)
Middle High German: mūchen wk. `verstecken, verbergen'; miuchel- (in comp.) `heimlich'; miucheler, mūcheler st. m. 'meuchler'; mocken wk. 'versteckt legen'
German: meucheln, Meuchler, Meuchelmörder, dial. maucheln `heimlich unt hinterlistig handeln, betrügen'
Proto-Germanic: *mūlō(n), *mūla-n, -z, *mūlian- vb.
Meaning: muzzle, snout
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *fɔr-mū̆ljan wk. `muzzle'
Old Norse: mūli m. `obere Lippe eines Tieres, Maul; Landspitze'
Norwegian: mule
Swedish: mule
Danish: mule
Old Frisian: mūla m. `bek'
Middle Dutch: mūle, muul f., m.
Dutch: muil m.
Middle Low German: mūle f., mūl n.
Old High German: mūla f. `Maul' (10.Jh.)
Middle High German: mūl(e) st. n., mūle wk. f. `maul; mund'
German: Maul n.
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