Met

m; -(e)s, kein Pl. mead
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der Met
mead
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[meːt]
m -(e)s, no pl
mead
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Met
<-[e]s>
[ˈme:t]
m kein pl mead no pl
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der; Met[e]s mead
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Met m; -(e)s, kein pl mead
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der; Met[e]s mead
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nur sing. m.
mead n.

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