Friulian Edit

Etymology 1 Edit

From Latin meas.

Pronoun Edit

mês (first-person singular possessive of feminine plural, of masculine singular gno, of feminine singular , of masculine plural miei)

  1. (used attributively) my; of mine
  2. (used predicatively) mine
  3. (used substantively) mine; the thing belonging to me

See also Edit

Etymology 2 Edit

From Latin mēnsis.

Noun Edit

mês m (plural mês)

  1. month

Portuguese Edit

Pronunciation Edit


  • Rhymes: (Brazil) -es, (Portugal, Rio de Janeiro) -eʃ, (Brazil) -ejs, (Rio de Janeiro) -ejʃ
  • Hyphenation: mês

Etymology 1 Edit

Inherited from Old Galician-Portuguese mes, from Latin mēnsis (month), from Proto-Indo-European *mḗh₁n̥s (moon, month). Compare Galician, Spanish, and Catalan mes, Italian mese, French mois, and Romansch mais.

Alternative forms Edit

Noun Edit

mês m (plural meses)

  1. month (one of twelve divisions of the year)
  2. month (period of thirty days)
  3. monthly wages for work or service
  4. (colloquial) menstruation
Derived terms Edit
Related terms Edit

Etymology 2 Edit

See the etymology of the corresponding lemma form.

Noun Edit


  1. plural of

Zazaki Edit

Alternative forms Edit

Etymology Edit

Related to Persian مگس(magas).

Noun Edit

mês f

  1. fly (insect)[1]

References Edit

  1. ^ Todd, Terry Lynn (2008), Brigitte Werner, editor, A Grammar of Dimili (also Known as Zaza)[1], Electronic edition, Giessen: Forum Linguistik in Eurasien e.V., page 146a