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Proto-Germanic: *más=
Meaning: burned wood; scar, sore
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: mɔsur-r m. `Waldahorn; geflammtes Holz'
Norwegian: dial. masa `met vlamfiguren beschilderen'
Swedish: masur `geflammtes Birkenholz'
Danish: masret `geflammt (von Holz)'; mase `hout, dat met andere houtsoorten ingelegt is'; (older) masel `Pustel'
Old English: { maser `Knoten im Holz', mäsele `Fleck' }
Middle English: pl. maseles
English: measles `Masern'
Old Saxon: masur `Auswachs, Beule'
Middle Dutch: māse f. `vlek'; māsel `vlek, smet'
Dutch: pl. mazelen
Middle Low German: māser `geflammtes Holz'; māse f. `Fleck in der Haut, Narbe, Wunde'; māsel(e), massele `Hautfleck', pl. māselen `rote Hautflecke, Masern'
Low German: Masseln
Old High German: { māsa `Fleck in der Haut, Narbe, Wunde' }, masar, masur m. `knorriger Auswuchs an Bäumen' (9.Jh.); masala `Krampfader' (9.Jh.)
Middle High German: maser st. m. `knorriger Auswuchs an Bäumen; Becher aus Maserholz'; masel `weberschlichte; blutgeschwulst an den knöcheln'
German: Maser f; [ Masern pl. < LG ]
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