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Proto-IE: *meg'a- (IndoIr *-g'h-, Anat -kk- < -*kx-?)
Meaning: big, great
Hittite: makkes- (mekkis-) (I) 'viel werden', maknu- (I) 'vermehren', mekki- 'viel' (Friedrich 139)
Tokharian: A māk, B mākā (PT *mākā) 'many, much' (Adams 446)
Old Indian: máh-, f. mahī́, mahā́nt-, f. mahatī́ `great, large'; máhas- n. `greatness, might'
Avestan: maz-, mazant- 'gross'; mazah- n. 'Grösse'; maš (*meg'hs), aš (*m̥g'hs) 'sehr'
Armenian: mec `gross'
Old Greek: mégas, n. méga, f. megálǟ `gross'; aga- verstärkendes Präfix, vorwiegend in älterer Sprache
Germanic: *mik-il-, *mik-ō adv.
Latin: magnus, -a `gross; lang, alt; laut, vornehm', magis `eher, vielmehr', magister, -trī m. `Vorsteher, Leiter'
Celtic: Gaul Magio-rīx, Are-magios, etc., dat. sg. Magalu (Göttername), Magalus PN, dat. sg. Maglo (Götter- und Personnenname); OIr sup. maissiu `maximus'; MIr maignech `gross' (?); maige `gross' (?), Poimp Maige `Pompeius Magnus'; mag-lord `Keule' < *mago-lorgā `grosser Knüttel', māl `Edler, Vornehmer, Fürst, König', mass `stattlich' (< *maksos); Cymr Macl-gwn, OBret Maglo-cune, Cono-maglus
Albanian: maɵ gross
Russ. meaning: большой
References: WP II 238
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