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Proto-Germanic: *múnɵa-z; *múnɵēn
Meaning: mouth
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: munɵ-s m. (a) `mouth'
Old Norse: munn-r, mūδ-r m. `Mund'; munni m. `Loch, Öffnung'
Norwegian: munn; munne
Swedish: mun
Danish: mund
Old English: mūɵ, -es m. `mouth; mouth, opening, orifice'; { mūɵa }
English: mouth
Old Frisian: mūth; mūtha
Old Saxon: mund, mūth
Middle Dutch: mont m., f.
Dutch: mond m.; -monde, -muiden
Old Franconian: munt
Middle Low German: munde, mūde
Old High German: mund (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: munt (-d-) st. mj. 'mund, maul; mündung, öffenung'
German: Mund m.

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