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más, mas (Adverb, Conjunction) "more;" "but"
10th cent. Old Spanish maes. From Vulgar Latin *ma(g)is "there is more" or "yet." From Latin magis "more." From Proto-Italic *magis 'id.' From Proto-Indo-European *mǵ-i̯s "greater." From the root *meǵ- "great." See also mayor.
Indo-European
Romance
Asturian más, Portuguese mais, Galician máis, Catalan més, French mais, Italian mai, Aromanian ma, Romanian mai, Sardinian mai
Italic
Oscan mais "more"
Celtic
Gaulish Magios (name) "great," Middle Irish maige "large"
Germanic
Gothic mikils "large," Old Norse mikill 'id.,' Old High German mihhil 'id.,' Old Saxon mikil 'id.,' Old English micel 'id.' (Middle English muchel, English much)
Albanian
Albanian madh "large"
Hellenic
Ancient Greek μέγας (mégas) "large"
Armenian
Armenian mec "large"
Indo-Iranian
Sanskrit máhi- "large," Avestan mazōi "big"
Tocharian
A māk "many," B māka 'id.'
Anatolian
Hittite mekk- "much," Cuneiform Luwian maia- "many"
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