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Proto-Germanic: *managa-, *managja-n; *managī(n)
Meaning: many
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: manag-s (a) `sufficient (in size); very large, many'
Old Norse: mang-r `manch'; mengi n. `Menge, Schar'
Old Swedish: manger
Swedish: mɔngen
Old Danish: mänge sbs.
Danish: mangen
Old English: manig (maneg, monig, mänig) adj. `many, many a'; { menigu f. }
English: many
Old Frisian: monig
Old Saxon: manag `viel, manch'; menigi f.
Middle Dutch: mēnich, manich, man(n)ich, mennich; meneghe f.
Dutch: menig, dial. mennǝch, manǝch
Old Franconian: manag
Middle Low German: mannich, mennich adj.; menige f.
Old High German: manag (8.Jh.), manīg (8./9.Jh.) `viel, vielfach, vielgestaltig, manch'; menigī (8.Jh.) `Vielheit, grosse Zahl, Schar'
Middle High German: manec, manic, menic adj. 'viel, manch, vielfach, vielgestaltig (comp. maneger, maniger, meneger, meniger)
German: manch, mancher; Menge

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