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Old English

Etymology

Common Germanic *munthaz. Modern cognates include English mouth, Dutch mond, German Mund, Icelandic munnur, Norwegian munn, Swedish mun.

Noun

mūþ m

  1. mouth, opening, door, gate [1]

References

  1. John R. Clark Hall, A Concise Anglo-Saxon Dictionary, 1916

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