mīsa

See also: misa, Misa, mísa, misá, and Míša

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EtymologyEdit

From the plural of Proto-Indo-European *memsom, *mēmso-, *meh₁mso- ‎(meat). Compare Russian мя́со ‎(mjáso), Serbo-Croatian meso, Old Prussian mensa, Sanskrit मांस ‎(māṃsá), मांसं ‎(mā̃san), Albanian mish, Gothic 𐌼𐌹𐌼𐍃 ‎(mims), Armenian միս ‎(mis).

NounEdit

mīsa

  1. meat, flesh