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Proto-Germanic: *máɵō(n), -ēn; *múɵɵōn, *máɵɵō; *máɵVka-z
Meaning: moth
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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'
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