мах

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See also: max and Max

Chechen

Etymology 1

Noun

мах (max)

  1. aspen (tree)

Etymology 2

Akin to Avar мухь (mux̂) and Archi мас (mas).

Noun

мах (max)

  1. price

Ingush

Noun

мах (max)

  1. price

Mongolian

Etymology

Inherited from Proto-Mongolic *mïkan, perhaps related to Proto-Turkic *bïkïn (thigh).

Cognate with Kalmyk махн (mahn), Buryat мяхан (mjaxan), Dongxiang migva and perhaps Kazakh мықын (myqyn).

Pronunciation

Noun

мах (max) (Mongolian spelling ᠮᠢᠬ᠎ᠠ (miq'a)); (hidden-n declension)

  1. meat
  2. flesh (of a human, animal or fruit)

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Ossetian

Etymology

Akin to Persian ما‎.

Pronoun

мах (max)

  1. we

Russian

Etymology

Inherited from Proto-Slavic *maхъ. Deverbal from маха́ть (maxátʹ).

Pronunciation

Noun

мах (maxm inan (genitive ма́ха, nominative plural ма́хи, genitive plural ма́хов, related adjective махово́й)

  1. single rapid movement in the air, swing, wave, flap, stroke
  2. (sports) rapid forward, backward or sideways movement of the foot or hand
  3. (mechanics) single revolution, swing, stroke
  4. step (of an animal, usually a horse, when running)

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