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Proto-Germanic: *mangian-; *mang=
Meaning: knead
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old English: mengan; gemong `gemengd'; gemong n. `schaar'
English: mingle; among
Old Frisian: mengia, menzia vb.; mong
Old Saxon: mengian; gimang n. `schaar, troep'
Middle Dutch: menghen, minghen; ghemanc `gemengd, verbonden', manc `onder, tussen'
Dutch: mengen
Middle Low German: { mangt, manket, mankent, mangen }; manc prp.; gemanc adv., prp.
Old High German: mengen (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: mɛngen, md. mɛngen/mingen wk. 'mischen, mengen, einmischen, vereinigen'; gemanc st. m. 'Gemenge, Vermischung'
German: mengen; nordd. mang 'unter, zwischen'
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