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Language Indo-European Meaning To shine, flash, burn; shining white or other bright colors.

Derivatives

Element Definition
Indo-European *bhel-o- Shining, white.
Indo-European *bhlē- (from *bhleə-) Shining color.
Indo-European *bhleg- To shine, flash, burn.

Hilinqwo Derivatives

Element Etymology Class(es) Gloss
belyj* IE *bhel-o > Russian бе́лый ‎(bélyj) “white” bio dis tg Delphinapterus leucas, beluga whale.
blak* IE *bhleg- > Germanic *blakaz ess sta Burned, hence black.
blank* IE *bhel- > Germanic *blenk-, *blank- abs ess sta Uncolored, discolored, blank.
bleq* IE *bhel- > *bhleg- m itg Burning, blazing.
blisk* IE *bhel- > Germanic act m itg Blush, suffusion, flush.
blond* IE *bhel- > Germanic *bland- abs ess sta Blond, shiny.
blu* IE *bhel- > *bhlē-wo- card chrom Blue.
falar* IE *bhel-o- > Greek phalaros "having a white spot" dis tg Spot, blemish, freckle.
flam* IE *flag-ma- > Latin flamma dis tg Flame.
flaqr* IE *bhel- > *bhleg- > Latin flagr- m itg Offense, scandal, flagrance.
flav* IE *bhlə-wo- chrom Golden or reddish yellow.
fleq* IE *bhel- > *bhleg- > Greek φλέγειν (phlegein) rel m itg Inflammation of bodily tissue.
flok* IE *bhel- > *bhleg- > Greek bot Genus Phlox.
fulmen* IE *bhel- > *bhleg- > *bhḷg- > *fulg-men > Latin fulmen m itg Explosion, thunder.
fulq* IE *bhel- > *bhleg- > *bhḷg- > Latin dis tg Flow of electricity, lightning strike.

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