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Proto-Baltic: *bam̂b-ā̂ (1) f., *bam̃b-al-a- c., *bumb-ā f., *bum̃b-ul-a-, -ur-a- c., *bum̂b-ul-ia- c.,*bum̃b-ul-ia- c., *bumb-ā̂l-a- c.
Meaning: swelling
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: bámba `Nabel', bam̃bala-s `Dickbauch, Fettwanst', bum̃bula-s, bum̃bura-s `Knospe, knotenartige Verdickung, Kugel', bumbulī̃s `Steckrübe, Waserblase, Kalbsauge', bùmbuli-s `Pupille', bumbṓla-s, bumbō̃la-s `grosser Knoten in einem Strick, Anschwellung'
Lettish: bam̃ba 'die Kugel; ein Schlägel', bum̃ba 'Kugel, Ball, Bombe, Billard-, Kegel-, Geschütz-, Spreng-, Erdkugel', bum̃bulis, bumbuls 'eine Knolle, Wurzelknolle; die Kartoffel; Dotterblume (Caltha palustris); der Knorr, ein knotiger Auswuchs am Baume; die Blase; sonstige Hervorragungen, Knöllchen, Knötchen, etwas Rundes, Aufgeblasenes überhaupt; (von Menschen) der Knirps'
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