mone etymology

Middle English word mone comes from Proto-Indo-European *mar-, and later Proto-Germanic *mann- ((Runic alphabet) name of the M-rune (ᛗ). Man.)

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Detailed word origin of mone

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
*mar- Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro) hand
*mann- Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) (Runic alphabet) name of the M-rune (ᛗ). Man.
man Old English (ang) Crime, sin, wickedness One, someone, they (often used to form the passive).
mone Middle English (enm) A moan.

Words with the same origin as mone

Descendants of *mar-
gamen gleomen imunde lemman leofmon manaple mande mane mankin manliche mannysh manship mawnde men menowe minne monen monk monnen mund munnen mynde wimmen woman ȝemunde