maz

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See also: mąż and máz

Latvian[edit]

Adverb[edit]

maz

  1. little; adverbial form of mazs
  2. (with noun in genitive) little, a little, few, a few; adverbial form of mazs (small indeterminate quantity or amount)
    maz mitrumalittle moisture, a little moisture
    maz darbalittle work, a little work
    maz draugufew friends, a few friends
    maz ābolufew apples, a few apples
  3. (used as a noun) little, not much
    maz tika pateiktslittle, not much was said

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Old High German[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Proto-Germanic *matiz, whence also Old English mete, Old Norse matr (Faroese matur and Icelandic matur).

Noun[edit]

maz ?

  1. food, meat

Serbo-Croatian[edit]

Noun[edit]

maz m (Cyrillic spelling маз)

  1. ointment

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