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MOON

indo-european moon month icon

English word "month" is almost exactly the same as "moon". That is because a month means simply the whole cycle of a moon which is around 28 days.



MON-

Old English: mōnaþ ("month")

Old Frisian: mōnath ("month")

German: Monat ("month")

Esperanto: monato ("month")

Ido: monato ("month")

Middle English: moneth ("month")

Scots: moneth ("month")

English: month

Norwegian Bokmål: måned ("month")

Norwegian Nynorsk: månad ("month")

Swedish: månad ("month")

Danish: måned ("month")

Westrobothnian: måɳe, mɑɳe, mani ("month")

Gutnish: måne, mån', mane, mana ("month")

Elfdalian: månað ("month")

Jatvingian: monda

Alemannic German: Mond

Central Franconian: Mond

German: Mond

Yola: mond

Plautdietsch: Mon

Old English: mōna, mōne

Middle English: mone

Old Frisian: mōna

Ravensbergisch-Lippisch: Måne

Norwegian Bokmål: måne

Norwegian Nynorsk: måne

Norn: måni

Danish: måne

Swedish: måne

Middle High German: mōne, mōn

Luxembourgish: Mound

Vilamovian: mönd

Westrobothnian: måɳe

West Frisian: moanne ("month")

Low German Westphalian: Maond ("month")

Plautdietsch: Moonat ("month")

Sauerländisch: Mōne, Mond, Mōn, Mound, Mōend

West Frisian: moanne

Dutch Low Saxon: maone

Westmünsterländisch: Maone, Maon, Maond

West Flemish: moane

Limburgish: maon

Avestan: måŋh (mongh)


MAN-

---> Southern Sami: maanoe

---> Ume Sami: mánnuo

---> Pite Sami: mánno

---> Lule Sami: mánno

---> Northern Sami: mánnu

---> Inari Sami: máánu

---> Skolt Sami: mään

---> Kildin Sami: ма̄нн (mānn)

---> Ter Sami: manna

Tocharian A: mañ

Norse: ᛗᚨᚾᛟ (mānō)

Old Norse: máni

Faroese: máni

Gutnish: mane

Icelandic: máni

Old Saxon: māno

Old Dutch: māno

Middle Dutch: mane, maen

Dutch: maan

Afrikaans: maan

Old High German: māno

Middle Low German: māne

Hamburgisch: Maan, Maand

Middle Low German: mānet, mānt ("month")

Low German: Maand ("month")

Middle Dutch: mānet, maent ("month")

Dutch: maand ("month")

Afrikaans: maand ("month")

Old High German: mānōd ("month")

Middle High German: mānōt ("month")

Old Norse: mánaðr, mánoðr ("month")

Old Swedish: mānaþer ("month")

Icelandic: mánuður ("month")

Faroese: mánaður ("month")

Old Gutnish: manaþr ("month")

Old Saxon: mānuth ("month")

Old Danish: mānæ

Old Swedish: māne

Middle High German: māne, mān

Westrobothnian: mɑɳe, mani

West Frisian: moanne ("month")

Low German Westphalian: Maond ("month")

West Frisian: moanne

Dutch Low Saxon: maone

Westmünsterländisch: Maone, Maon, Maond

West Flemish: moane

Limburgish: maon


MEN-

Umbrian: 𐌌𐌄𐌍𐌆𐌍𐌄 (menzne), 𐌀𐌍𐌕𐌄𐌓⁚𐌌𐌄𐌍𐌆𐌀𐌓𐌖 (anter menzaru) ("month")

Tocharian B: meñe

Ladin: meis, mens ("month")

Latvian: mēnesis ("month")

Latvian: mēness

Lithuanian: mėnuo

Old Prussian: menig

Attic Greek: μήν (mḗn) ("month")

Aeolic Greek: μῆννος (mênnos) ("month")

Latin: mēnsis ("month")

Gothic: 𐌼𐌴𐌽𐌰 (mēna)


MES-

Marsian: mesene ("month")

Aromanian: mes ("month")

Asturian: mes ("month")

Catalan: mes ("month")

Friulian: mês ("month")

Galician: mes ("month")

Italian: mese ("month")

Ligurian: méize ("month")

Venetian: méxe (meze) ("month")

Occitan: mes ("month")

Old Portuguese: mes ("month")

Portuguese: mês ("month")

Sardinian: mese, mesi ("month")

Spanish: mes ("month")

Old Church Slavonic: мѣсѧць (měsęcĭ)

Belarusian: ме́сяц (mjésjac) ("month, moon")

Russian: ме́сяц (mésjac) ("month, moon")

Upper Sorbian: měsac ("month")

Bulgarian: ме́сец (mésec) ("month")

Macedonian: ме́сец (mésec) ("month")

Macedonian: месечина (mesečina)

Serbo-Croatian: ме̏се̄ц, мје̏се̄ц, mȅsēc, mjȅsēc

Slovene: mẹ̑səc

Czech: měsíc ("moon, month")

Kashubian: miesąc

Kashubian: miesądz ("month")

Polish: miesiąc ("month")

Silesian: mjeśůnc ("month")

Silesian: mjeśůnček

Slovak: mesiac ("moon, month")

Attic Greek: μείς (meis) ("month")

Doric Greek: μής (mḗs) ("month")

Elean Greek: μεύς (meús) ("month")

Old French: meis ("month")

Manx: mee ("month")

*Swahili: mwezi (muesi) ("moon", maybe R1b-V88 influence)


MOS-

Kativiri: mōs

Old French: moiss ("month")

French: mois ("month")

Walloon: moes ("month")


MAS-

---> Telugu: māsamu

Lower Sorbian: mjasec ("month")

Dalmatian: mais ("month")

Romansch: mais ("month")

Sanskrit: मास् (mā́s), मास (mā́sa)

Ardhamagadhi Prakrit: māsa

Bengali: মাস (mas)

Maharastri Prakrit: māsa

Marathi: मास (mās)

Pali: māsa

Sauraseni Prakrit: māsa

Gujarati: માસ (mās)

Hindi: मास (mās)

Nepali: मास (māsa)

Ashkun: mas

Tregami: mās

Waigali: mās


MAH-

Old Persian: 𐎶𐎠𐏃 (māha)

Persian: ماه‎ (mah)


MI-

Ukrainian: мі́сяць (mísjacʹ) ("month, moon")

Breton: miz ("month")

Cornish: mis ("month")

Istriot: miz ("month")

Sicilian: misi ("month")

Welsh: mis ("month")

Old Irish: ("month")

Irish: ("month")

Scottish Gaelic: mìos ("month")

Greek: μήνας (mínas) ("month")

Old Armenian: ամիս (amis)

Armenian: ամիս (amis)


MOU-

North Frisian: moune

Saterland Frisian: Moune

Saterland Frisian: Mound ("month")

Luxembourgish: Mount ("month")


MU-

English: moon

North Frisian: muunt ("month")

Old Albanian: muoj

Albanian: muaj, muej

Scots: muin


Article created on the 5th of November 2018.


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