Jump to navigation Jump to search
From Proto-Germanic *meduz, whence also Old English medu (English mead), Middle Low German mēde, Old High German meto (German Met). Ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *médʰu (“sweet drink”).
mjǫðr m (genitive mjaðar, dative miði)
Declension of mjǫðr (strong u-stem, singular only)