Translation of Mere in French

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Mere in English
mother, female parent, woman who has given birth

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Mere in Greek
μητέρα (η), μαμά (η) μητέρα (η), μαμά (η)

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Mere in English
mother

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Mere in German
Haupt-;Mutter

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Mere in Turkish
[la] ana, anne

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anne

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Mere in Italian
s. f. - madre coniglia
une mère lapine: (fam.) una donna molto prolifica

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Mere in Persian
Etymology: The origin of the word for "mother" in virtually all Indo-European languages is the baby-talk syllable "ma," (usually the first recognizable syllable uttered by a baby and also the basis of "mama") plus the kinešip suffix -ter (-ther), also found in "sister, "brother," and "father." The original form, *mater- evolved into Latin "mater," Greek "meter" (as in "metropolis," the mother city), German "Mutter," French "mère," Serbian "majka," Russian "mat', materi," Italian and Spanish "madre," Portuguese "mãe," Danish "moder," Dutch and Afrikaans "moeder," Norwegian "mor," Swedish "moder," Icelandic "móðir," Irish "máthair," Hindi "mataji," Gujarati "mâtâ," Farsi (Persian) "madar," and Pašto "mor." mâdar
V. 1175; sols, 980; sol, v. 1050; lat. solus.
eng. only : one-ly
PIE sol(e)- : whole1 eng. single(-handed)
(dast e )tan-hâ
tak

2 eng. mere
morr
nâb

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Mere in Bulgarian
(съставна част на сложни думи) от гръцки merкs, de meros "част".

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Mere in Finnish
äiti, emo

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