min etymology

English word min comes from Proto-Germanic *gaminþiją (Memory, remembrance.), Proto-Germanic *minnizô

You can also see our other etymologies for the English word min. Currently you are viewing the etymology of min with the meaning: (Verb) (transitive, obsolete) To bring to the mind of; remind.. (transitive, obsolete) To mention.. (transitive, obsolete) To remember.(transitive, obsolete) To bring to the mind of; remind.. (transitive, obsolete) To mention.. (transitive, obsolete) To remember

Detailed word origin of min

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
*gaminþiją Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) Memory, remembrance.
*minnizô Proto-Germanic (gem-pro)
minni Old Norse (non)
minna Old Norse (non)
mynnen Middle English (enm)
min English (eng) (transitive, obsolete) To bring to the mind of; remind.. (transitive, obsolete) To mention.. (transitive, obsolete) To remember.

Words with the same origin as min

Descendants of *gaminþiją
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