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Proto-IE: *bhol-; *bhlē-dh-; *bhlō(w)-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: leaf; (to) flower
Tokharian: A pält, B pilta (PT *pältā) 'leaf, petal' (Adams 388)
Old Greek: phǘllo-n n. `Blatt'; blastánō, aor. blastẹ̄̂n `keimen, sprossen', blastó-s m. `Keim, Spross, Stengel', blástǟ f. `id.; Ursprung, Geburt'
Germanic: *blō-m-a- n., *blō-m-ōn- f., -an- m., *blō-s-m=, *blōw-a- vb., *blō-d-i-, etc.; *blē-d=; *bla-d-a- n.
Latin: folium, -ī n. `Blatt (der Pflanze)'; flōs, -ōris m. `Blume, Blüte, Blütezeit; das Beste bzw. Oberste einer Sache; Jungfräulichkeit, Jugendkraft'; Flōra f.
Other Italic: Osk Fluusaí `Florae', Fiuusasiaís (i für l ?) `Florabilis', Sabin Flusare `Florali'
Celtic: *beli̯o-m: Gael bile `Blättchen, Blüte'; *blāt- > MIr blāth `Blüte, Blume'; Cymr blawd `Blüte', OCorn blodon `Blüte', MBret bleuzven `Blüte', Bret bleuñ(v)enn `Blüte'
Russ. meaning: лист; цветок, цвеcти
References: WP II 176 f, 294 f
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