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Proto-Germanic: *músa-n; *músēn; *míusa-n, -z; *miuzí-z, *miuziṓ; *máusa-z, -n
Meaning: marsh, moss
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: mosi m. `Moor, Moos'; mǖr-r f. `Sumpf'
Norwegian: mose; mür
Swedish: mossa; mür
Danish: mose; mür
Old English: mos, -es n. `moss, marshy place', mēos, -es m., n.? `moss'
English: moss
Middle Dutch: Kil. mies
Dutch: mos n. `mos, poel'; zuidnl. moos m., n. `modder, gootsteen'
Middle Low German: mos, mōs `mos'
Old High German: mos n. (8.Jh.) `Moos, Sumpf, Moor'; mios `Moos, Mies' (9.Jh.)
Middle High German: mos st. n. 'moos; sumpf, moor'; mies st. n., m. 'moos'
German: Moos n.; Miesmuschel; dial. Mies

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