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Proto-Baltic: *blaiš-k-t-ī̂- vb., *blīšk- vb., etc.
Meaning: be pale, shimmer, shine
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: blaikštī́ti-s 'sich auf klären, leuchten, von Regenwolken gereinigt werden, ernüchtern'; blīkšti 'weiss, bleich werden', blīškù- 'bleich, verblichen'; blìgzti (blį̃zga) 'zu flimmern beginnen', pl. blizgaĩ 'Fitter(werk)', blizgḗti 'flimmern, flittern, blitzen', bliskḗti, blīškḗti 'glänzen, funkeln', bliẽgzti, bliẽksti 'aufleuchten, blitzen, stark bren nen', blikčiṓti, bliksḗti 'funkeln, leuchten', blaĩzga-s 'dünnes, undichtes Gewebe, abgetragenes, verschliessenes Kleid'
Lettish: bližg̨êt 'flimmern', blizêt 'blinken', blaiskums 'Flecken, Taler-Flecken'
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