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Proto-Germanic: *billan-, *ballian-, *bullōn-, *buljan- vb., *biljōn, *bulju-z
Meaning: shout, moo
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: belja wk. `brüllen'; bülja wk. `dröhnen, widerhallen', bülr `Windstoss'; bül-r, gen. büljar/büls m. `Windstoss, Sturm'
Norwegian: belja vb.; bülja vb.; bül
Old Swedish: bälia vb.
Swedish: dial. bölja vb.
Old English: bylgan `brüllen'; bellan `brüllen, bellen, grunzen', belle `Schelle, Glocke'
English: bell
Middle Dutch: belle `schel, beken van een omroeper'
Dutch: bel f.
Middle Low German: belle `Schelle, Glocke'
Old High German: bellan (8./9.Jh.) `bellen', bullōn `heulen (vom Wind), bellen, brüllen'
Middle High German: bëllen st. 'bellen (auch vom kalbe u. hirsch); keifen, zanken'; boln wk. 'schreien, blöken'
German: bellen; Bellhammel `Gleithammel (mit Schelle)'
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