Mennish meaning

Like or characteristic of men; human; mortal.
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(by extension) Flawed, imperfect.
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Pertaining to men, especially in regards to their characteristics or qualities.
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Origin of mennish

  • From Middle English mennish (“human", also "humanity, mankind”), from Old English mennisc (“human, natural, humane", also "mankind, human race”), from Proto-Germanic *manniskaz (“human, humanity”), from Proto-Germanic *mann- (“man, human, person”), from Proto-Indo-European *mAnw- (“man”), equivalent to men +‎ -ish. Cognate with Old Saxon mennisc, Old High German menniscer, Old Norse menskr, Gothic (mannisks). More at man, mannish.

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