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Proto-IE: *bhlaw-
Meaning: weak, frightened
Old Greek: phlâu̯ro- `schlecht, geringfügig, ärmlich, nichtsnutzig'; phâu̯lo- (< *phlau̯lo-) `schlecht, untauglich, schlimm, gemein, ärmlich'
Germanic: *bláuɵ-i- adj., *bláuɵu- adj., *bláuɵ-ia- vb., *bláuɵ-ī(n-) f.; *blaut-i- adj., *blaut-ia- vb.; *blaut-a- adj.
Russ. meaning: слабый, испуганный
References: WP II 208
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