From Middle English maunde, maundie, from borrowed Old French mande, borrowed from Middle Dutch mande, from Old Dutch *manda, from Proto-West Germanic *mandu.
Anglicised pronunciation of mainly Hindi मन / Urdu من meaning a certain unit of weight, also confused with Hindi मान / Urdu مان. The -d is probably from assimilation with Etymology 1 above, or from comparison with pound.
Unclear, but possibly from French mendier or quémander. Compare Romani mang.
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