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Proto-Germanic: *blakōn-, *blakjan- vb., *blikja-z, *blikjan- vb.
Meaning: shine, flame
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old English: bläcern, blacern `Leuchter'
Old Frisian: blesza `ontbloten'
Middle Dutch: blāken `branden, schitteren, in brand steken', blecken `de schoors afnemen, uitplunderen'
Dutch: blaken `flammen, glühen'; dial. blec `land dat even boven het water uitkomt'
Middle Low German: blāken `branden'; blēken
Low German: blāken
Old High German: blecken (8.Jh.) `schitteren'
Middle High German: blɛcken wk. intr. 'sichtbar werdfen, sich entblössen', tr. 'sehen lassen, zeigen'
German: blecken (die Zähne, die Zunge b.); blaken (< LG)
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