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Proto-Turkic: *bulga-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to stir, stir up
Russian meaning: помешивать, перемешивать
Old Turkic: bulɣa- (Orkh., OUygh.)
Karakhanid: bulɣa- (MK)
Turkish: bula-
Tatar: bolɣa-
Middle Turkic: bulɣa-; bula- (Sangl., Abush.)
Uzbek: bula-, bulɣa-
Uighur: bulɣu-
Sary-Yughur: polɣa-, pula-
Azerbaidzhan: bula-
Turkmen: bula-
Khakassian: pulɣa-
Shor: pulɣa-
Oyrat: bulɣa-
Halaj: bulɣa-
Chuvash: pъlxa-n- 'to become turbid'
Yakut: bulā-, bulkuj-, bɨlā-
Dolgan: bulkuj-
Tuva: bɨlɣa-, (dial.) bulɣa-
Tofalar: bulha-
Kirghiz: bulɣa-
Kazakh: bɨlɣa-, bulɣa-
Noghai: bɨlɣa-, bulɣa-
Bashkir: bolɣa-
Balkar: bulɣa-
Gagauz: bula-
Karaim: bulɣa-, bolɣa-
Karakalpak: bɨlɣa-
Kumyk: bulɣa-
Comments: EDT 337, VEWT 88, ЭСТЯ 2, 253-256, Ашм. X, 112, Stachowski 65. The Turk. root is the probable source of Mong. bulɣa- 'to confuse, uprise' (see TMN 2, 322-323, Щербак 1997, 110).
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Altaic etymology :

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Proto-Altaic: *bŭ́li
Nostratic: Nostratic
Meaning: to stir, shake, smear
Russian meaning: трясти, помешивать, мазать
Turkic: *bulga-
Mongolian: *büli-
Tungus-Manchu: *bul-
Japanese: *púr-
Comments: See EAS 57-58, 106.
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Mongolian etymology :

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Proto-Mongolian: *büli-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to stir
Russian meaning: взбивать, помешивать (кумыс)
Written Mongolian: büli-, büle- (L 146)
Middle Mongolian: bule- (SH)
Khalkha: büle-
Buriat: büli-
Kalmuck: bülǝ-, büĺ-
Ordos: büli-
Comments: KW 66. Mong. > Russ. Siber. булить 'to churn butter', see Аникин 141.
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Tungus etymology :

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Proto-Tungus-Manchu: *bul-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to smear 2 to caress, stroke
Russian meaning: 1 мазать 2 гладить
Evenki: bulku- 1, bul- 2
Even: bel-, böl- 2
Negidal: bolkị- 1, bul- 2
Literary Manchu: bilu- 2
Ulcha: bụlčị- 2
Orok: bolda- 1, bụlị- 2
Nanai: buli- 2
Oroch: būli-či- 2
Solon: bulgu- 2
Comments: ТМС 1, 105-106, 108.
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Japanese etymology :

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Proto-Japanese: *púr-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to shake up, wave, rub
Russian meaning: взмахивать, трясти, тереть
Old Japanese: pur-
Middle Japanese: fúr-
Tokyo: fùr-
Kyoto: fúr-
Kagoshima: fúr-
Comments: JLTT 694.
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Nostratic etymology :

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Eurasiatic: *bulV
Meaning: to stir, puddle
Borean: Borean
Indo-European: *bhlendh-
Altaic: *bŭ́li
References: ОСНЯ 1, 185-186; ND 196 *bul̄V (+ Sem. and dubious Berb., Eg.).
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Indo-European etymology :

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Proto-IE: *bhlendh-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to grow turbid, to see bad, blind
Slavic: *blę̄stī, *blę̄detь; *blę̄dь; *blǭdъ, *blǭdī́tī
Baltic: *bleñd- vb. tr.l, *bliñd- vb. intr/. *blãnd-ī̂- vb.
Germanic: *blind-a- adj.; *bland-a- vb., *bland-ia- vb., *blund=
Russ. meaning: становиться/делать мутным, плохо видеть
References: WP II 216
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Vasmer's dictionary :

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Word: бляду,
Near etymology: блясти др.-русск. "заблуждаюсь, ошибаюсь". Ст.-слав. блѩдѫ, блѩсти πλανᾶσθαι (Супр.), сербохорв. бледем, блести, словен. blédem, blésti "нести чушь, бред", чеш. blésti "нести вздор", польск. blędzieć, в.-луж. bledzić -- то же; связаны отношением чередования с блуд.
Further etymology: Родственно лит. blendžiúos "омрачаюсь, темнею", blį́sta "вечереет", prýblindė "вечерние сумерки", гот. blinds "слепой", д.-в.-н. blint -- то же, ср.-англ. blundren "взбалтывать, смешивать"; см. Лиден, Studien 76 и сл.; Бернекер 1, 61; Траутман, BSW 34 и сл.
Pages: 1,180
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Baltic etymology :

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Proto-Baltic: *bleñd- vb. tr.l, *bliñd- vb. intr. *blãnd-ī̂- vb.
Meaning: sleep, drop eyes, be dark
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: blę̃sti (bleñdžia, -dē) `schlafen', blę̃sti, blą̃sti 'Essen mit Mehl anmachen'; blandī́tis `die Augen niederschlagen, sich schämen'; blañda-s, blandà `Schläfrigkeit, Verfinsterung, Dämmerung, trübes Wetter; Eingerührtes aus Mehl, Essenszutat', blandù- `unrein, trüb, düster, dunkel', blį̃sti (blį̃sta, bliñdō) `trübe, dunkel werden'
Lettish: bluôdîtiês2 (-uos, -ījuos) (Dond., Wandsen) `sich umhertreiben, zufolge eines böses Gewissens keinen offenen Blick haben, sich schämen', bluods, bluôda2 (Dond.) 'die Augen niederschlagend'
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Germanic etymology :

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Proto-Germanic: *blinda-; *blandan-, *blandian-, *blund=
Meaning: blind; mix
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: blind-s (a) `blind'; blandan sik st. `associate with'; ga-blindjan wk. `make blind'
Old Norse: blind-r `blind'; blanda st. `mischen'; blunda wk. `die Augen schliessen, blinzeln', blund-r `Schlaf'; blinda wk. `blenden'
Norwegian: blind; blanda vb.; blunder
Swedish: blind; dial. blundra `blindlings handeln'; blanda vb.; blund
Danish: blind; blande vb.; blund
Old English: blind `blind'; blandan `mischen, trüben'; blendan `blenden'
Middle English: blundren `umrühren, verwirren'
English: bleind, blend, blunder
Old Frisian: blind; blenda vb.
Old Saxon: blind `blind'; blandan `mischen, trüben'
Middle Dutch: blint `blind, ondoorschijnend'; blenden
Dutch: blind
Middle Low German: blint; blenden
Old High German: blint (8.Jh.) `blind; dunkel, trübe, nicht sichtbar'; blantan `mischen, trüben'; blenten (9.Jh.) `verdunkeln, blenden'
Middle High German: blint (-d-) 'blind; dunkel, trübe; versteckt zu sehen'; blɛnden wk. 'blenden, verblenden, verdunkeln'; blanden red. v. 'mischen, trüben, getrank mischen'
German: blind, blenden
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Long-range etymologies :

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Borean (approx.) : PVLV
Meaning : to stir, mix
Eurasiatic : *bulV
Afroasiatic : Sem. *bll mix
Sino-Caucasian : Cf. PST *[b]ŭɫ(H) 'mix'
Austric : AA (Cǝ)pVl 'mix' (Peiros 1989)
Notes : Some confusion with *bVlV liquid, flow.
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