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Proto-Germanic: *mḗla-n
Meaning: sign, spot
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *mel n. (a): pl. mēla `Schriftzeichen'; ufar-mēli n. (ja) `inscription, title'; mēljan wk. `write; compile a record; register, enroll (for taxation'
Old Norse: māl n. `Zeichen, Fleck'; mǟla wk. `malen'
Norwegian: mäla vb.
Swedish: dial. mäla vb.
Old English: { mǟl; ge-mǟlan }
Old Saxon: hōbith-māl; mālon `verzieren, bemalen'
Middle Dutch: mael
Dutch: maal n. `teken, kenteken'
Middle Low German: māl `Zeichen, Merkmal, Fleck'; mālen
Old High German: māl `Zeichen, Merkmal, Fleck'; { ana-mali `Fleck, Narbe' }; mālōn, -ēn `ein Zeichen machen, abgrenzen, bunt verzieren, färben, schreiben, im Geist entwerfen, malen, zeichnen' (9.Jh.), in-mālēn (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: māl st. n. `ausgezeichneter punkt, zielpunkt; zeichen, merkmal, fleck; schmuck, zierat nes/ an der rüstung u dgl.'; mālen wk. 'zeichen machen, mit einem zeichen versehen' usw/
German: malen; Mal
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