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Proto-Germanic: *mannēn, *mann-z, *mana-n
Meaning: man
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: manna m. (n), mann- (dat. sg. mann, acc. pl. mans) `man, person'; mana-mɔrɵrja `murderer'; mana-sēɵ-s f. (i) `world, mankind'; ga-man n. (a) `pertner'
Old Norse: maδ-r, mann-r m. `Mann, Mensch'
Norwegian: mann
Swedish: man
Danish: mand
Old English: mann (man, monn), -es m. `man; a man who is under the authority of another'
English: man
Old Frisian: mon
Old Saxon: man
Middle Dutch: man m. `mens, man'
Dutch: man m.
Old Franconian: man
Middle Low German: man
Old High German: man (8.Jh.) `Mensch (männlichen Geschlechts in gereiftem Alter), Krieger, Ehemann, Sohn, Diener'
Middle High German: man (-nn-) an. m. 'mensch; mensch männlichen geschlrchtes in geraiftem alter, mann usw.'
German: Mann m.

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