What does the name Mash mean? Find out below.
Etymology: Akin to G. meisch maisch meische maische, mash, wash, and prob. to AS. miscian to mix. See Mix
Etymology: Akin to G. meischen maischen, to mash, mix, and prob. to mischen, E. mix. See 2d Mash
From Middle English mash, from Old English mǣsc-, māsc-, māx-, from Proto-Germanic *maiskaz, *maiskō (“mixture, mash”), from Proto-Indo-European *meyǵ-, *meyḱ- (“to mix”). Akin to German Meisch, Maische (“mash”), (compare meischen, maischen (“to mash, wash”)), Swedish mäsk (“mash”), and to Old English miscian (“to mix”). See mix.
The verb comes from Middle English meshen, meissen, mæschen (“to beat into a mash”).
Either by analogy withmash (“to press, to soften”), or more likely from Romanimasha (“a fascinator, an enticer”), mashdva (“fascination, enticement”). Originally used in theater, and recorded in US in 1870s. Either originally used as mash, or a backformation from masher, from masha. Leland writes of the etymology:
Kylian Mash is an electro (music) disc jockey and record producer. He plays Phonograph. His ongoing career started in 2008. Kylian was born on February 14th, 1983.
Dr. Deborah Mash is a neurologist.
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People with the last name Mash are most frequently White