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Proto-IE: *bhAl-, *bhlē-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to blow, to inflate
Old Greek: aor. inf. ek-phl[ē̂]nai̯ Eur. `hervorbrechen, -quellen'
Baltic: *bul-a- m., *bul-ā̂ f.
Germanic: *blē-ja- vb., *blē-ja- m.; *blē-s-a- vb., *bla-[d]r-ō- vb., *blā-dr-iōn- f., *blē-s-ō(n-) f., *blē-s-tr-a- m., *blē-s-t-u- c.
Latin: flēmina pl., gen. -um `Krampfader, entzündete Geschwulst um die Knöchel'; flō, flāre, flāvī, -ātum `blasen; giessen (Geld)'
Celtic: OIr bolad, Ir boladh, baladh `Geruch'
Russ. meaning: дуть, надувать(ся)
References: WP II 177 f, 189
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