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many

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Description

1. There are many / there is a lot of rocks on the ground.
2. I have many / a lot of friends.

Adjective or adverb; applicable to countable objects. Antonym of no. 47 'few' although note that contexts are not identical. (Kassian et al. 2010)

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ID Language Source Form Phonological Form Notes Cognate Class
80 Hittite mēkkies H View
81 Tocharian A māk H View
82 Tocharian B māka H View
88 Albanian shumë Borrowed < Lat. summus 'uppermost, highest'. (C) View
143 Standard Albanian shumë Borrowed < Lat summus 'uppermost, highest'. (C) View
2 Albanian Sicily shumë Borrowed < Lat. summus 'uppermost, highest'. (C) View
4 Albanian Corinth shumë Borrowed < Lat. summus 'uppermost, highest'. (C) View
3 Albanian Gheg shumë Borrowed < Lat. summus 'uppermost, highest'. (C) View
6 Albanian Tosk shumë Borrowed < Lat. summus 'uppermost, highest'. (C) View
173 Mycenaean Greek po-ru-º polu- Not attested as a stand-alone ... B View
110 Ancient Greek πολλοί polloí G.pl. πολλῶν; πολλοί, πολλαί ... B View
152 Tsakonian περσε Cf NGk περισσός 'numerous', Gr ... View
32 Greek πολλοί po̞ˈli Plural (sg. πολύς) B View
31 Greek Lesbos POLLOI B View
129 Classical Armenian յոլով yolov Also 'much, plenty, numerous; many ... (B) View
129 Classical Armenian բազում bazowm (U) View
8 Armenian Eastern šat ʃɑt split from DKB. Loan < Iranian ... D View
8 Armenian Eastern bazum split from DKB. (U) View
7 Armenian Western SHAD D View
128 Avestan parauuō W View
131 Old Persian parava W View
136 Sogdian ’ft’r Manichean View
75 Wakhi GHUFC View
9 Baluchi BA Z (X) View
118 Kurdish pirr W View
118 Kurdish gelek View
72 Tajik BIS ER, XELE, ZIED N View
54 Persian CHANDIN N View
54 Persian ziad ziːˈjɒːd N View
77 Waziri DER Al View
1 Pashto DER Al View
138 Shughni bisyōr (V) View
139 Sarikoli čarɛyn View
52 Ossetic birae biræ T View
124 Ossetic Iron birɐ birɐ T View
125 Ossetic Digor berɐ berɐ T View
141 Kata-viri bʌluk Y View
154 Vasi-vari skal View
105 Vedic Sanskrit bahávas E View
162 Pāḷī bahu E View
41 Khaskura DHERI, SASTI A View
51 Nepali DHER, GHANERO A View
106 Assamese miyām ‘many’ Mayang View
106 Assamese bɒhut bɒhut E View
102 Oriya bɔhut(ɔ) bɔhut(ɔ) E View
102 Oriya ɔnekɔ ɔnekɔ oblique, ɔneke (nominative) F View
102 Oriya guṛie guɽie E View
10 Bengali onek ɔnek F View
111 Bihari bəhut bəhut E View
144 Magahi बडीमनी bəɽiməni Aa View
104 Marwari bōlā Tora.(?) E View
35 Hindi bahut bəˈɦʊt Replaced BOHT. E View
119 Urdu بہُت bəˈhʊt̪ E View
103 Sindhi ǰama ‘much, many’ (Ab) View
43 Lahnda KEI View
53 Punjabi BOT E View
33 Gujarati GHERU (BEHU) K View
50 Marathi puskal 'puʂkaɭ Ac View
50 Marathi phar Ad View
50 Marathi khūp kʰup Ae View
40 Kashmiri SETHAH Af View
65 Sinhalese HUNGAK F View
34 Romani Greece BUT E View
100 Old Church Slavonic мъного mʊ̆nɔɡɔ H View
95 Serbo-Croatian mnogo ˈmnɔ̂ɡɔ H View
15 Bulgarian много ˈmnɔɡu H View
92 Macedonian многу ˈmnoɡu H View
60 Russian много 'mnɔgɔ H View
55 Polish dużo ˈduʐɔ Alternative word 'wiele' has a ... M View
16 Belarusian многа ˈmnɔɣa H View
73 Ukrainian багато baˈɦatɔ P View
66 Slovak mnoho ˈmnɔɦɔ H View
66 Slovak veľa ˈvɛlʲa Q View
18 Czech mnoho ˈmnɔɦɔ H View
48 Sorbian Upper wjele ˈwĕɛlɛ Q View
47 Sorbian Lower wjele ˈwĕɛlʲɛ Q View
97 Slovenian mnogo ˈmnôːɡɔ H View
108 Old Prussian tūlan ‚many, much’ View
44 Latvian daũdzi M View
46 Lithuanian daug dɐuɡ Also 'much'. M View
109 Old Norse margir ˈmarɡir H View
36 Icelandic margir ˈmarɡ̊ɪr H View
23 Faroese mangir ˈmaŋɡ̊ɪɹ H View
58 Norwegian Riksmal mange ˈmàŋːə H View
159 Stavangersk manɡe ˈmàŋːə H View
157 Old Swedish manger ˈmaŋːer H View
69 Swedish många ˈmɔ̀ŋːa H View
71 Swedish Vilhelmina MANG MONG H View
70 Swedish Uppland MANGA H View
145 Elfdalian mikkel mɪ̀kːɛl H View
145 Elfdalian maungg mɑʉŋg H View
20 Danish mange ˈmɑŋə H View
158 Danish Fjolde manəng ˈmɑnəŋ H View
160 Old Gutnish mangir H View
161 Gutnish Lau manggä ˈmaŋɡɛ H View
99 Old English manige H View
99 Old English fela B View
22 English many 'mɛnɪ H View
26 Frisian bot bot Not sure this is the ... View
26 Frisian rju rjø(.ə) Removed final -E. View
21 Dutch veel vel B View
24 Flemish VEEL, VELE B View
83 Afrikaans BAIE, VEEL B View
87 Sranan FOELOE B View
126 Old High German filu B View
126 Old High German manage H View
27 German viel fi:l B View
86 Pennsylvania Dutch FIEL B View
120 Luxembourgish vill B View
121 German Switzerland huufe cf. NHG (ein) Haufen 'heap ... View
107 Gothic managai H View
107 Gothic filu B View
112 Latin multī multiː gen. multōrum; (fem. multae, neut ... G View
17 Catalan FORSA View
17 Catalan molt moɫ, moɫt G View
56 Portuguese muito ˈmũĩtu Removed final -S. G View
68 Spanish muchos 'muʧos G View
61 Sardinian Cagliari MERAS O View
62 Sardinian Logudoro MEDAS O View
63 Sardinian Nuoro METAS O View
85 French Creole Dominica OTA J View
76 Walloon BECOP I View
25 French beaucoup boku I View
57 Provencal ANTO View
57 Provencal MANT G View
42 Ladin BAINQUAUNTS I View
42 Ladin BGER S View
146 Dolomite Ladino tant Ag View
146 Dolomite Ladino trop < Gmc *troppus 'herd'. Ah View
123 Romansh massa Z View
123 Romansh bler S View
123 Romansh daried = da 'from' + ried 'departure; progress'. View
122 Friulian tancj < Lat tantus 'so much'. Ag View
122 Friulian trop < Gmc *troppus 'herd'. Ah View
122 Friulian masse Z View
39 Italian molti 'molti Also 'tanti'. G View
59 Romanian mulţi mulʦʲ Removed MULTE. G View
74 Vlach MULTI G View
140 Gaulish elu- Reconstructed form, based on attestations ... B View
127 Old Irish il ilʹ B View
127 Old Irish imdae imde (Ak) View
101 Middle Cornish lies 'li:ɛs (B) View
101 Middle Cornish lower 'lɔwɛr R View
148 Old Breton lios B View
172 Middle Breton cals ˈkals Can be used with count ... Ai View
12 Breton kalz ˈkals Ai View
150 Old Welsh liaus B View
79 Welsh llawer R View
79 Welsh lliaws (B) View
38 Irish iomaí (Ak) View
38 Irish iol- (B) View
38 Irish mórán L View
115 Scottish Gaelic mòran moːɾan L View
115 Scottish Gaelic iol- (B) View
115 Scottish Gaelic iomadh (Ak) View
147 Manx mooaran(e) L View
5 [Legacy] Albanian T shumë Borrowed < Lat. summus 'uppermost, highest'. (C) View
29 [Legacy] Greek K POLLOI B View
28 [Legacy] Greek D POLLOI B View
30 [Legacy] Greek Md POLLOI B View
64 [Legacy] Serbocroatian MNOGI H View
113 [Legacy] Serbian mnogo mnôɡo H View
89 [Legacy] Bulgarian P MNOGO H View
49 [Legacy] Macedonian mnógu ˈmnɔɡu Removed KALABALAK. View
94 [Legacy] Russian P MNOGO H View
93 [Legacy] Polish P wiele ˈvʲɛlɛ Q View
90 [Legacy] Byelorussian P MNOHA H View
98 [Legacy] Ukrainian P BAHATO P View
19 [Legacy] Czech E HODNE View
96 [Legacy] Slovak P MNOHY H View
91 [Legacy] Czech P MNOHY H View
67 [Legacy] Slovenian DOSTI View
45 [Legacy] Lithuanian O DAUG M View
11 [Legacy] Brazilian MUITOS G View
142 [Legacy] German Munich viele < Pr. Germ. *felu-, *fulu- ‘much ... B View
84 [Legacy] French Creole C STA, A PIL J View
14 [Legacy] Breton St lies B View
14 [Legacy] Breton St kalz kals B View
13 [Legacy] Breton Se KALZ B View
78 [Legacy] Welsh C LLAWER R View
37 [Legacy] Irish A GO LEOR R View
37 [Legacy] Irish A MORAN L View