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Proto-IE: *mag'-
Meaning: to knead, to oil
Old Greek: mássō, att. máttō, aor. maksai̯, -sthai̯, p. magē̂nai̯, makhthē̂nai̯, pf. mémakha, p. mémagmai̯ `(einen Teig) kneten, eine plastische Materie in eine Form einpressen, abstreichen, abwischen, abdrücken, abbilden', magís, -ídos f. `geknetete Masse, Kuchen, Knettrog, Anrichttisch', mágma n. `geknetete Masse, dicke Salbe, Schmiere', máktǟ-s m. `Kneter, Abwischer', máktrǟ f. `Trog, Badewanne, Sarkophag', mā̂zda (Hdn. Gr.), hell. mázda, megar. mādda f. `Gerstenteig, Gerstenbrot'
Slavic: *mā́zātī, *mā́zjǭ, *māzь, *māstь, *mā́slo
Baltic: *mō̂ǯ-ē̂- (1) vb.
Celtic: *mag'setriā etc. > OIr maistre `Butterfass', MIr maistir `buttern, quirlen'; Cymr maeddu `kämpfen, stossend durcheinandermischen', Bret meza `kneten'
Russ. meaning: месить, мазать
References: WP II 24
Comments: Balt relations are semantically doubtful; Lett izmuozēt `durchprügeln; überlisten, anschmiern' in WP is a science fiction: ME I:775 izmuõzêt 'zum besten haben, zum Narren halten, anführen, überlisten, den Sieg davontragen, gewinnen'
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