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Proto-Germanic: *bláuɵia-, *bláuɵu-, *bláuɵian- vb., *bláuɵīn; *blauti-, *blautian- vb.; *blauta-
Meaning: void, emaciated, soft
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *blauɵjan wk. `make void'
Old Norse: blauδ-r `furchtsam, zaghaft', bleyδa wk. `weich machen, demütigen'; bleyδi f. `Furchtsamkeit'; blaut-r `weich, schwach, furtchtsam'; bleyta wk. `weich machen'; blotna `zacht worden'
Norwegian: blaud; blaut
Swedish: blöd; blöt
Danish: blöd; blöt; blöde `erschrecken, scheuchen'
Old English: blēaɵ `gentle, timid, peaceful, inactive', blēat `wretched, miserable (?)'
Old Frisian: blāt `arm'
Old Saxon: blōth(i) `bang, laf'; blōthī f.; blōthian `schwach machen'
Middle Dutch: blōde, bloot `laf, bang, schuchter'; bloot `bloot, naakt; arm'; Kil. blutten `stumperd'
Dutch: blood, bloo; bleu (< oostnl.); bloot; dial. blut `alles verloren hebbend'
Middle Low German: blōt `nackt, ungeschützt, frei von, arm'; blȫde `schwach, furchtsam, verzagt'
Low German: blutt `bloot, naakt'
Old High German: blōdi (9.Jh.) `träge, furchtsam, körperlicher schwach'; blōden `schwach machen'; blōdī f.; blōʒ (8.Jh.) `stolz'
Middle High German: blȫde `zerbrechlich, schwach, zart; zaghaft'; blōʒ 'nackt, unverhüllt entblösst; nicht gewaffnet; unvermischt, nicht als, bloss'
German: bloss; blöd(e)
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