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Proto-IE: *mems-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: meat, flesh
Tokharian: B mīsa 'meat, flesh' (Adams 464)
Old Indian: māṁs-, mās-, māṁsá- n. `flesh, meat'
Armenian: mis, gen. msoy `Fleisch'
Old Greek: mē̂niŋks, - iŋgos f. `Haut, Häutchen, bes. Hirnhaut'; mēró-s, pl. mērói̯/mē̂ra m. `der obere fleischige Teil des Schenkels, Schenkelbein'
Slavic: *mę̄̀so; *mę̄zdrā́
Baltic: *meñs-ā̂ f.
Germanic: *mimz-á- n.
Latin: membrum, -ī n. `Körperglied; Glied, Teil'; membrāna f. `dünne, zarte Haut, Häutchen'
Celtic: OIr mīr `Bissen'
Albanian: miš Fleisch
Russ. meaning: мясо
References: WP II 262
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