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Swedish word manlig comes from Swedish man, Swedish -lig (-ly, -like; forms adjectives.).

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Manlig detailed word origin explanation

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
man Swedish (swe) A man (adult male human). A member of a crew, workforce or (military) troop. Somebody's husband (not used in other contexts, where could be confused with a man in general, other than as äkta man, see also make, gemål) Mane (of a horse or lion) (indefinite) one, they; people in general.
-lig Swedish (swe) -ly, -like; forms adjectives.
manlig Swedish (swe) Manly; having the characteristics of a man.

Words with the same origin as manlig

Descendants of man
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Descendants of -lig
andlig besvärlig dödlig konstnärlig kunglig laglig ljuvlig lycklig lämplig mänsklig naturlig oemotståndlig olaglig onekligen personlig punktlig pålitlig skriftlig smaklig statlig synlig tydlig underlig vänlig