"blēd̦" meaning in Livonian

See blēd̦ in All languages combined, or Wiktionary

Adjective

IPA: /bleːɟ/
Etymology: Apparently a borrowing from Latvian blēdis. Karulis lists blēdis as an inherited word cognate with Lithuanian blėdis (“loss, misfortune”), Russian блядь (bljadʹ, “prostitute, wretch”) (Old Church Slavonic блѧдь (blędĭ, “deceit, liar, promiscuous woman”)). By a competing theory the word is a borrowing from Old East Slavic блядь (bljadĭ). Etymology templates: {{der|liv|lv|blēdis}} Latvian blēdis, {{m|lt|blėdis||loss, misfortune}} blėdis (“loss, misfortune”), {{m|ru|блядь||prostitute, wretch}} блядь (bljadʹ, “prostitute, wretch”), {{cog|cu|блѧдь||deceit, liar, promiscuous woman}} Old Church Slavonic блѧдь (blędĭ, “deceit, liar, promiscuous woman”), {{der|liv|orv|блядь}} Old East Slavic блядь (bljadĭ) Head templates: {{head|liv|adjective|head=blē'd̦}} blē'd̦ Forms: blē'd̦ [canonical], no-table-tags [table-tags], blēd̦ [nominative, singular], blēd̦õd [nominative, plural], blēd̦ [genitive, singular], blēd̦õd [genitive, plural], blēd̦õ [partitive, singular], blēd̦idi [partitive, plural], blēd̦õn [dative, singular], blēd̦õdõn [dative, plural], blēd̦õks [instrumental, singular], blēd̦õdõks [instrumental, plural], blēd̦õ [illative, singular], blēd̦iž [illative, plural], blēd̦šõ [inessive, singular], blēd̦is [inessive, plural], blēd̦štõ [elative, singular], blēd̦ist [elative, plural]
  1. cunning, wily
    Sense id: en-blēd̦-liv-adj-A4cELIks Categories (other): Livonian etymologies from LEV Disambiguation of Livonian etymologies from LEV: 51 49

Noun

IPA: /bleːɟ/ Forms: blē'd̦ [canonical]
Etymology: Apparently a borrowing from Latvian blēdis. Karulis lists blēdis as an inherited word cognate with Lithuanian blėdis (“loss, misfortune”), Russian блядь (bljadʹ, “prostitute, wretch”) (Old Church Slavonic блѧдь (blędĭ, “deceit, liar, promiscuous woman”)). By a competing theory the word is a borrowing from Old East Slavic блядь (bljadĭ). Etymology templates: {{der|liv|lv|blēdis}} Latvian blēdis, {{m|lt|blėdis||loss, misfortune}} blėdis (“loss, misfortune”), {{m|ru|блядь||prostitute, wretch}} блядь (bljadʹ, “prostitute, wretch”), {{cog|cu|блѧдь||deceit, liar, promiscuous woman}} Old Church Slavonic блѧдь (blędĭ, “deceit, liar, promiscuous woman”), {{der|liv|orv|блядь}} Old East Slavic блядь (bljadĭ) Head templates: {{head|liv|noun|head=blē'd̦}} blē'd̦
  1. a cheat, swindler, conman
    Sense id: en-blēd̦-liv-noun-gnESTfh4 Categories (other): Livonian etymologies from LEV, Livonian words with broken tone Disambiguation of Livonian etymologies from LEV: 51 49 Disambiguation of Livonian words with broken tone: 22 78

Inflected forms

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