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Proto-IE: *bhlād-/-ē-
Meaning: to blatter
Old Greek: phlédōn, -onos m., f. `Schwätzer(in)', pl. phledónes f. `Geschwätz'
Baltic: *blād- (*blād-ja-)vb., *blād-ē̂- (2) vb.
Celtic: *blād- > indlāidi `prahlt, rühmt sich', indlādud `das Prahlen'
Russ. meaning: трепаться языком
References: WP II 216
Comments: See *blat- id.
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