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Proto-Germanic: *bliɵja-; *blīja-; *blīwa-n
Meaning: light, glad
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: blīɵ-s `merciful; loving goodness'
Old Norse: { blür `mild (vom Wetter), freundlich, angenehm' }; blǖ n. `Blei'
Norwegian: blü
Swedish: blü, gothl. bläi
Danish: blü
Old English: blīɵe `joyful, glad, merry, cheerful, pleasant, blithe; gentle, kind, etc.'; bleoh (? blēoh; blēo, blioh, blīo), gen. blēos n. `colour, hue, complexion'
English: blithe
Old Frisian: blī(e)n `Farbe', bli `schön'
Old Saxon: blīthi `vrolijk, helder'; blī n. `Blei; Farbe', blī `farbig'
Middle Dutch: blīde `vrolijk, blij, helder, gelukkig, welgezind', bli `Blei'
Dutch: blijde, blij
Old Franconian: blīthon `vrolijk zijn'
Old High German: blīdi `heiter, froh, freundlich; glänzend', blīo, gen. blīwes (um 800) `Blei'; blīo(h) `Farbe, Erscheinung, Gestalt'
Middle High German: blī (-w-, -g-) st. n., m. 'blei; richtblei; blīde 'froh, heiter, freundlich; artig, sittsam'
German: Blei n.
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