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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 }
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