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más, mas (Adverb, Conjunction) "more;" "but"

10th cent. Old Spanish maes. From Vulgar Latin *ma(g)is "there is more" or "yet." From Latin magis "more." From Proto-Italic *magis 'id.' From Proto-Indo-European *mǵ-i̯s "greater." From the root *meǵ- "great." See also mayor.

Romance: Western Vulgar Latin: ASturian más, Portuguese mais, Galician máis, Catalan més, French mais, Italian mai ; Eastern Vulgar Latin: Aromanian ma, Romanian mai ; Sardinian: mai

Italic: Oscan mais "more"

Indo-European: Celtic: Gaulish Magios (name) "great," Middle Irish maige "large;" Gothic: Gothic mikils "large," Old Norse mikill 'id.,' Old High German mihhil 'id.,' Old Saxon mikil 'id.,' Old English micel 'id.' (Middle English muchel, English much); Albanian: madh "large;" Hellenic: Ancient Greek μέγας (mégas) "large;" Armenian: mec "large;" Indo-Iranian: Sanskrit máhi- "large," Avestan mazōi "big;" Tocharian: A māk "many," B māka 'id.;' Anatolian: Hittite mekk- "much," Cuneiform Luwian maia- "many"