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EtymologyEdit

An u-stem, replacing Old Lithuanian n-stem žmuõ, with a non-etymological suffix -g (from PIE *gʷeh₂- (to go) > góti), thus originally meaning "having a human gait". Akin to Old English guma (man), English gome.

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NounEdit

žmogùs m (plural žmónės) stress pattern 4*

  1. human (a human being)
  2. man

Usage notesEdit

  • This word is stressed under the 4th pattern in the singular number, and the 3rd pattern in plural.

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  • žmogus in Lietuvių kalbos etimologinio žodyno duomenų bazė