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Proto-Germanic: *mōjan-, *mṓɵa-, *mṓɵia-
Meaning: tired, exhausted
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: ptc. af-mɔ̄iɵ-s wk. `weary'
Old Norse: mōδ-r `müde, ermattet'
Norwegian: mod
Danish: mod
Old English: mēɵe `müde, betrübt'
Old Saxon: mōthi `müde'
Middle Dutch: moede; moeyen, mōyen `moeite veroorzaken, lastig vallen, vermoeien'; moeye `Mühe, Schmerz'
Dutch: moede, moe; moeijen
Middle Low German: mȫyen; mȫye `Mühe, Schmerz'; mȫde adj.
Old High German: muoen (8.Jh.) `beunrühigen, beschweren'; muodi (8.Jh.) `müde'; muo(h)ī (um 1000) `Mühe, Schmerz'
Middle High German: müen, müewen, müejen (/ muogen, muon, müegen, muonen, md. mūwen, mō wen, mōgen, mūhen, mūn) `beschweren, quälen, bekümmern, verdriessen, sich bemühen'; müeje, müe st. f. 'Beschwerde, Last, Not, Bekümmernis, Verdriess'; müede, muode adj.
German: müde, mühen
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