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noun [c] Consonant stem [m] Masculine manno
(human being)
 Old Blylandic
The nominative singular form is irregular.
This word is used to refer to persons generically, regardless of gender, unlike the modern Germanic cognates. To refer to "men", werer is used instead.
* Pronunciation of this word was estimated based on phonology/orthography
↺ 24 June 2017, 05:14

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Natural translations
Finnish (Suomi)henkilö
Bezhta (bežƛʼalas mic)suk’o , ädäm , insan
Khmer (ខ្មែរ)នាក់ neək
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