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Proto-IE: *bhleid-
Meaning: to swell
Old Greek: phlidáō `(von Fett) triefen, (von Fäulnis) zerfliessen; zergehen, zerplatzen', prs. inf. phlidánein = diapíptei, diarreî Hsch., aor. éphliden = diérreen, errḗgnuen Hsch., pf. diapéphloiden = diakékhütai Hsch., pephloidénai = phlüktainoûsthai (cod. phlekteneîsthai) Hsch., pephloidṓs = tòn phloiòn apobalṓn Hsch.; phloi̯dáō, -óō, -iáō lasse aufschwellen, gähren, brausen'; aphloi̯smó-s m. `Schaum, Geifer'
Baltic: *bleîd- (2) vb. tr., *blī̂d- (2) vb. intr.
Germanic: *blait=
Russ. meaning: разбухать
References: WP II 210 f
piet-meaning,piet-greek,piet-balt,piet-germ,piet-rusmean,piet-refer,

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