From Proto-Germanic *mangijaną, from Proto-Indo-European *menk- (“knead”). Cognate with Old Frisian menza, Old Saxon mengian (Dutch mengen), Old High German mengen (German mengen). The Indo-European root is also the source of Slavic *mekъkъ (Old Church Slavonic мѫка, Russian мука), Baltic *minki- (Lithuanian minkiti).
- IPA: /ˈmeŋɡan/
mengan (weak class 1)
- to mix, to mingle or blend
- Ðæt wæter and seo eorþe wæron gemengede oþ ðone þriddan dæg: the water and earth were mixed until the third day.