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Proto-IE: *bhī-
Meaning: bee
Baltic: *bi-t-i- c., *bi-t-iā̃ (2) f.
Germanic: *bī-w-a- n., *bī-(j)a- n., *bī(j)-ō(n-) f.; *bī-n-ō(n-) f.; *bin-i- c.
Celtic: OIr bech `Biene', Cymr begegyr `fucus', byd-af `улей' (< *bhĭko-)
Russ. meaning: насекомое (пчела)
References: WP II 184
Proto-IE: *bhlag(')-
Meaning: to beat
Germanic: *blak-ō- f., *blak-ja- vb., *blak-a- n.
Latin: flagrum, -ī n. `Geissel, Peitsche', flagellum n. `Geissel, Peitsche, Dreschflegel, Weinranke'
Russ. meaning: бить
References: WP II 209
Proto-IE: *bhlag'h-m-en-
Meaning: priest
Old Indian: brahmán- m. `one who prays, brahman', bráhman- n. `piousness, brahma'
Latin: flāmen, -inis m. `Opferpriester, Eigenpriester einee bestimmten Gottheit', flāmōnium `das Amt des f.'
Russ. meaning: жрец
References: WP II 209
Comments: Lat. can also be compared with Germ. *blōtan `to sacrifice', *blōstra- `priest' (< *bhlād-)
Proto-IE: *bhlAid-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: pale, pallid
Slavic: *blēdъ(jь)
Germanic: *blait=
Russ. meaning: бледный
References: WP II 217
Proto-IE: *bhlaw-
Meaning: weak, frightened
Old Greek: phlâu̯ro- `schlecht, geringfügig, ärmlich, nichtsnutzig'; phâu̯lo- (< *phlau̯lo-) `schlecht, untauglich, schlimm, gemein, ärmlich'
Germanic: *bláuɵ-i- adj., *bláuɵu- adj., *bláuɵ-ia- vb., *bláuɵ-ī(n-) f.; *blaut-i- adj., *blaut-ia- vb.; *blaut-a- adj.
Russ. meaning: слабый, испуганный
References: WP II 208
Proto-IE: *bhlād-/-ē-
Meaning: to blatter
Old Greek: phlédōn, -onos m., f. `Schwätzer(in)', pl. phledónes f. `Geschwätz'
Baltic: *blād- (*blād-ja-)vb., *blād-ē̂- (2) vb.
Celtic: *blād- > indlāidi `prahlt, rühmt sich', indlādud `das Prahlen'
Russ. meaning: трепаться языком
References: WP II 216
Comments: See *blat- id.
Proto-IE: *bhlāw- / *bhlēw-
Meaning: yellow, grey, blue
Germanic: *blē-w-a- adj., *blē-man- m.
Latin: flāvus `goldgelb, rotgelb, blond'; fulvus, -a `rotgelb, braungelb'; flōrus, -a `flavus'
Other Italic: Osk gen. sg. Flaviies `Flāviī'
Celtic: OIr blār `grau', MIr blā `gelb', Gael blàr `mit einer Bläse im Gesicht (von Tieren)'; Cymr blawr `grau'
Russ. meaning: светлый (желтый, серый, голубой)
References: WP II 212
Proto-IE: *bhleid-
Meaning: to swell
Old Greek: phlidáō `(von Fett) triefen, (von Fäulnis) zerfliessen; zergehen, zerplatzen', prs. inf. phlidánein = diapíptei, diarreî Hsch., aor. éphliden = diérreen, errḗgnuen Hsch., pf. diapéphloiden = diakékhütai Hsch., pephloidénai = phlüktainoûsthai (cod. phlekteneîsthai) Hsch., pephloidṓs = tòn phloiòn apobalṓn Hsch.; phloi̯dáō, -óō, -iáō lasse aufschwellen, gähren, brausen'; aphloi̯smó-s m. `Schaum, Geifer'
Baltic: *bleîd- (2) vb. tr., *blī̂d- (2) vb. intr.
Germanic: *blait=
Russ. meaning: разбухать
References: WP II 210 f
Proto-IE: *bhleig'-
Meaning: to shine bright
Slavic: *blēskъ; *blьščā́tī, *blьščītь; *blīskātī; *blьstḗtī, *blьstītь
Baltic: *blaiš-k-t-ī̂- vb., *blīšk- vb., etc.
Germanic: *blīk-(i)a- vb., *blik-ja- n., *blaik-a- adj., etc.
Russ. meaning: блестеть
References: WP II 211 f
Proto-IE: *bhleig'-, *bhleigʷ-
Meaning: to beat, to injure
Old Greek: phlī́bō, -omai̯ `drücken, quetschen', phlîpsis = thlîpsis Hsch.
Slavic: *blīznā, *blīznjā, *blīzno; ? *blīzъkъ(jь)
Baltic: *bleîǯ- (2?) vb. tr., *blaîǯ-ī̂- (1) vb., *blīǯ-iā̃ f.
Latin: flīgō, -ere, -xī, -ctum `schlagen, anschlagen, zu Boden schlagen', flīctus, -ūs m. `das Anschlagen'
Celtic: Cymr blif m. `catapult, ballista'
Russ. meaning: бить, повреждать
References: WP II 217
Proto-IE: *bhlendh-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to grow turbid, to see bad, blind
Slavic: *blę̄stī, *blę̄detь; *blę̄dь; *blǭdъ, *blǭdī́tī
Baltic: *bleñd- vb. tr.l, *bliñd- vb. intr/. *blãnd-ī̂- vb.
Germanic: *blind-a- adj.; *bland-a- vb., *bland-ia- vb., *blund=
Russ. meaning: становиться/делать мутным, плохо видеть
References: WP II 216
Proto-IE: *bhlenk-, -g-
Meaning: to twinkle, to shimmer
Baltic: *blink-s-ē̂-, *blin̂k-t-jā̂- vb., *blañk- vb. inch., *blañk-u- adj.
Germanic: *blink-ē- vb., *blink-at-ja- vb.; *blank-a- adj.
Russ. meaning: светиться, мерцать
References: WP II, 215
Proto-IE: *bhleus-
Meaning: a k. of plant
Old Greek: phléō-s (/phleṓ-s) m. `Schilf, Röhricht'
Slavic: *bljūščjь, *pljūščь
Baltic: *bleuš-k=, *plūš-i- c.
Russ. meaning: растение (тростник, плющ etc.)
References: WP II 212 f
Proto-IE: *bhlew-; *bhleu-d-, *bhleu-gʷ-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to overflow, to vomit
Old Greek: 1) phléō, gen. abs. phleóntōn , pf. p. ptc. peripephleu̯sménōn `überfliessen, überfluten, strotzen'; phlǘō, aor. phlǘsai̯ `sprudeln, überwallen', prs. inf. apo-phlǘein = aporéugesthai Hsch., phlǘos n. `Geschwätz', phlǘsi-s f. `eksánthēsis' (Hp. ap. Gal.); phlói̯ō `to burst out, swell, be in full vigour or bloom' (Antim., Plut.), hüpér-phloi̯o- 'luxuriant, succulent' (Emp.); 2) phlüdáō `über-, zerfliessen, weich werden', phlüdaró- `weich, matschig', ek-phlündánō `aufbrechen (von Geschwüren)' (Hp. ); 3) oi̯nó-phlü̆k-s, -gos 'given to drinking, drunk'; phlǘzdō `sprudeln, überwallen (von der Rede)', phlǘzdein = anazdeîn Hsch., aor. ek-phlǘksai̯; phlüktís, -ídos f. (acc.pl. phlǘkteis Dsc.) 'blister; boil', phlǘktai̯na 'blister made by a burn, caused by rowing; pustule'
Slavic: *bljьvātī, *bljūjǭ
Latin: fluō, -ere, flūxī, flūctum/flūxum `fliessen, strömen', flūctus, -ūs (/-ī) m. `Strömung, Woge', flūmen, -inis n. `fliessendes Wasser; Strömung; Fluss', pl. cōnflugēs (~ -ū-) `zusammenströmende Wassermassen', fluvius, -ī m. `Fluss', pl. flustra (~ -ū-) n. `Meeresstille', flūxus, -a `fliessend, wallend, wankend, schlaff'; fluor m. `Strömung, Bauchfluss etc.; Monatsfluss'; fluentum n . `Strömung'; cōn-, per-, prō-, super-fluus etc.
Russ. meaning: переливаться через край, блевать
References: WP II 212 f
Proto-IE: *bhlē-
Meaning: to bleat, to weep
Slavic: *blējā́tī, *blē̂jǭ
Baltic: *blē̂- (2) vb.
Germanic: *blē-ja- vb., *blē-t-a-, *blai-t-a-, vb.
Latin: fleō, flēre, flēvī, flētum `(be)weinen'
Russ. meaning: блеять, плакать
References: WP II 120 f
Proto-IE: *bhlēw- / *bhlōw-
Meaning: to roar
Baltic: *bleû- (2) vb., *blūw-ā̂, *blǖ̂- vb. inch.
Germanic: *blō-ja- vb.
Russ. meaning: реветь
References: WP II 120 f
Proto-IE: *bhlī-
Meaning: light, fine (of weather), pleasant
Baltic: *blī̂-w-a-, *blai-w-a- adj. adj.
Germanic: *bli-ɵ-i- adj.; *blī-j-a-; *blī-w-a- n.
Russ. meaning: светлый, хороший (о погоде), приятный
References: WP II 210
Proto-IE: *bhln-
Meaning: a kind of big fish; whale
Old Greek: phállai̯na f., phállǟ f. `Walfisch'
Germanic: *bull-ak-a- m.
Russ. meaning: рыба (большая), кит
References: WP II 178
Proto-IE: *bhlndh-
Meaning: blond, red-haired
Old Indian: bradhná- `pale red, ruddy, yellowish'
Germanic: *blund-a- adj.
Russ. meaning: светловолосый, рыжий (о волосах)
References: WP II 218
Proto-IE: *bhlok(')-
Meaning: tow
Germanic: *bláx=
Latin: floccus, -ī m. `Wollbüschel; das Flockige an Pflanzen, im Urin'
Russ. meaning: пакля, очесы
References: WP II 217
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