mãndzu

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Aromanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Origin disputed. Compare Daco-Romanian mânz, Meglenitic mǫndz; possibly from or related and cognate to Albanian (Gheg) mâz (compare standard mëz) through the substrate, or of Illyrian origin. Compare the Thracian word mezenai, "horse", and Messapian Menzana, a horse deity. Compare also Italian manzo, probably ultimately from the same source.

Noun[edit]

mãndzu m

  1. foal, colt

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