bhlēu-2 : bhlǝu- : bhlū-

bhlēu-2 : bhlǝu- : bhlū-
    bhlēu-2 : bhlǝu- : bhlū-
    English meaning: bad
    Deutsche Übersetzung: ‘schwach, elend” (probably from “geschlagen”)
    Note: bh(e)lēu- is apparent, manifest, obvious parallel formation to bheleu- “hit”.
    Material: Gk. φλαῦρος, φαῦλος (both dissimil. from *φλαῦλος) ‘slight, evil, bad”; Goth. blauÞian “abolish” (lit. “make weak”), O.Ice. blauðr “timorous”, O.E. blēað “ daft, shy”, with i̯o-suffix O.S. blōdi “ shamefaced “, O.H.G. blōdi, M.H.G. blæde “frail, breakable, shy, timid”, Ger. blöde; besides IE *bhlǝu-to- stands a d- extension in O.Ice. blautr “ mushy, softish, delicate, mollycoddle, timorous”, O.E. blēat “arm, woeful, wretched, miserable “, M.N.Ger. blōt, M.H.G. blōz “bare”, Ger. bloß (O.H.G. bloß with strange meaning ‘stout, proud”); lengthened grade bhlēu- in O.E. un-blēoh “fearless” (suffix -ko-), with gramm. variation; O.Ice. bljūgr “timid”, blygð “the genitals” (*ƀleugiÞō ), changing through ablaut O.H.G. blūgo adv., M.H.G. blūc, bliuc ‘shy”, O.H.G. blūgisōn , blūchisōn “doubt”, O.E. blycgan (*blugjan) “frighten” (trans.); compare Lith. blúkštu, -šti “ become limp “.
    References: WP. II 208 f., Hirt IE Gk. II 150, Feist 99, Specht Decl. 133.

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