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Proto-Germanic: *malan-; *mulwian-, *milwa-n, *malwian-, *mildrá-n, *maldrá-n etc.
Meaning: grind, mill, meal
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *malan st. `grind'
Old Norse: mala st. `mahlen'; mülja wk. `zerreiben, vermahlen'; mjɔl n. `Mehl'; mola wk. `vermahlen, zermalmen'; { meldr 'Mahlgut, Mehl' }
Norwegian: mala vb.; smola `zermalmen'; mjöl; mola vb.
Swedish: mala vb.; mjöl; mäld 'Mahlgut'
Danish: male vb.; mel
Old English: melo, meolo, gen. -wes `Mehl'
English: meal
Old Frisian: mele
Old Saxon: malan; melo, gen. -wes `Mehl'; maldar
Middle Dutch: malen (moel); mēle
Dutch: malen; meel n.
Middle Low German: mālen; mēl; malder
Old High German: malan (9.Jh.) `mahlen'; muljan `zermalmen'; gimulli `Gemüll'; melo, gen. melawes (9.Jh.) `Mehl'; maltar (11.Jh.)
Middle High German: maln, malen st. 'mahlen'; mël (gen. mëlwes, mëls) st. n. 'Mehl; Staub, Erde, Kehricht, gelöschter Kalk'; malter, malder st. n. 'ein getreidemass, malter; ein gewisse zahl; mahllohn'
German: mahlen, Gemüll, Mehl n., Malter m., n.
Comments: See *malma-z (in Germanic the roots are completely confused).
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