blautr


blautr
adj.
мягкий, нежный

Old Norse-ensk orðabók. 2013.

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  • bloat — bloat1 [blōt] adj. [ME blout, soft < ON blautr; ult. < IE base * bhel , to swell: see BALL1] swollen or distended; puffed up vt., vi. 1. to swell, as with water or air 2. to puff up, as with pride n. ☆ 1. a person or thing th …   English World dictionary

  • Bloat — (bl[=o]t), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Bloated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Bloating}.] [Cf. Icel. blotna to become soft, blautr soft, wet, Sw. bl[ o]t soft, bl[ o]ta to soak; akin to G. bloss bare, and AS. ble[ a]t wretched; or perh. fr. root of Eng. 5th blow.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Bloated — Bloat Bloat (bl[=o]t), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Bloated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Bloating}.] [Cf. Icel. blotna to become soft, blautr soft, wet, Sw. bl[ o]t soft, bl[ o]ta to soak; akin to G. bloss bare, and AS. ble[ a]t wretched; or perh. fr. root of Eng …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Bloating — Bloat Bloat (bl[=o]t), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Bloated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Bloating}.] [Cf. Icel. blotna to become soft, blautr soft, wet, Sw. bl[ o]t soft, bl[ o]ta to soak; akin to G. bloss bare, and AS. ble[ a]t wretched; or perh. fr. root of Eng …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • bloat — I. adjective Etymology: Middle English blout, blote soft, pliable, from Old Norse blautr soft, weak; akin to Old English blēat miserable Date: 14th century bloated, puffy II. verb Date: 1677 transitive verb 1 …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Bloat — is a medical condition in which the stomach becomes overstretched by excessive gas content. It is also commonly referred to as torsion, gastric torsion, and gastric dilatation volvulus (GDV) when the stomach is also twisted. The word bloat is… …   Wikipedia

  • bhleu- — To swell, well up, overflow. Extension of bhel 2. 1. Possibly Germanic *blaut . bloat, from Old Norse blautr, soft, wet. 2. Extended form *bhleugʷ . fluctuate, fluent, fluid, flume, fluor …   Universalium

  • bloat — /bloht/, v.t. 1. to expand or distend, as with air, water, etc.; cause to swell: Overeating bloated their bellies. 2. to puff up; make vain or conceited: The promotion has bloated his ego to an alarming degree. 3. to cure (fishes) as bloaters.… …   Universalium

  • bloated — bloat|ed [ˈbləutıd US ˈblou ] adj [Date: 1600 1700; Origin: bloat to swell (17 21 centuries), from bloat swollen (17 19 centuries), perhaps from Old Norse blautr soft, swollen with liquid ] 1.) full of liquid, gas, food etc, so that you look or… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • bloater — bloa|ter [ˈbləutə US ˈbloutər] n [Date: 1800 1900; Origin: bloat to preserve with salt and smoke (17 19 centuries), perhaps from blote soft and wet (1300 1400), probably from Old Norse blautr; BLOATED] a smoked fish …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • bloat — [13] Bloat has a confused and uncertain history. It seems first to have appeared on the scene in the 13th century as an adjective, blout, meaning ‘soft, flabby’, a probable borrowing from Old Norse blautr ‘soft from being cooked 65 bluestocking… …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins


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