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Proto-Germanic: *buljan- vb., *būliō(n), *bauliō(n)
Meaning: swelling
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *uf-bɔljan wk.: nom. pl. ptc. pl. m. ufbɔlidai `inflated, haughty'
Old Norse: beyla f. `bochel'
Old Swedish: bolin, bulin `geschwollen'
Old English: bǖl, bǖle (bīle), -es m.; bǖle, -an f., bǖl, -e (?) f. `bile, blotch, sore', { būla f. `buil' }
English: bile
Old Frisian: bēle f., beil m. `buil'
Old Saxon: būla `Beule'
Middle Dutch: būle f., buul m.
Dutch: buil f.
Old Franconian: būla f. `litteken'
Middle Low German: būle `Beule'
Old High German: baula f. `Blatter', bul(l)a, būl(l)a, būillla (um 800) `Beule'
Middle High German: biule st./wk. f. `Beule'
German: Beule f.
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