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blæd

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See also blad, blað, błąd, and blatt

Old English

Etymology

From Germanic *blada-. Cognate with Old Saxon blad (Dutch blad), Old High German blat (German Blatt ‘leaf’), Old Norse and Icelandic blað.

Pronunciation

Noun

blæd n

  1. a leaf
  2. the broad, flat blade of a utensil (e.g. an oar or spade)

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