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Abbreviation[edit | edit source]


  1. masculine

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Old English[edit | edit source]

Etymology 1[edit | edit source]

Proto-Germanic *mēskō-, maskō-, maskwēn-, maskunō-, maskr- (mesh, knot, loop) from Proto-Indo-European *mezg- (to knit, twist, plait). Akin to Old High German māsca 'mesh', Old Saxon maska 'net', Old Norse mǫskvi, mǫskun 'mesh', Old English mæscre 'mesh'

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Noun[edit | edit source]

Masc n.

  1. net
Declension[edit | edit source]
Singular Plural
nominative masc, max masc, maxu
accusative masc, max masc, maxu
genitive masces, maxes masca, maxa
dative masce, maxe mascum, maxum
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Etymology 2[edit | edit source]

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Etymology 3[edit | edit source]

Proto-Germanic *maisk- (mixture, mash) from Proto-Indo-European *meik- (to mix). Akin to Template:Gml masch, mēsch, meisch "unfermented malt sap, mash", Template:Gmh meisch "mash" (Template:Deu Maisch "crushed grapes"), Template:Swe mäsk "mash, feed for animals", Old English miscian, mixian 'to mix'. More at mix.

Noun[edit | edit source]

māsc n.

  1. mash
Declension[edit | edit source]
Singular Plural
nominative māsc māsc
accusative māsc māsc
genitive māsces māsca
dative māsce māscum
Usage notes[edit | edit source]
  • Attested only in compounds
Descendants[edit | edit source]


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