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By Vladimir Orel

This quantity is a brand new compendium of Albanian etymology tracing hundreds of thousands of recent Albanian phrases again to their origins. It comprises particular details at the Indo-European vocabulary preserved in Albanian in addition to on a number of loanwords coming from historic Greek, Latin, early Romance and Slavic.

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Bullar m, pi. bullare `blindworm'. Together with its variant bollar this word is derived from bone (TAGLIAVINI Dalmazia 90). It is the source of Rum bcilaur 'dragon' from where other Balkan forms were borrowed. 0 MEYER Wb. 41; BARieARSt 3-5 (from *bala 'water, marsh' and *var `snake'); PASCU RE 25 (reconstructs Rom *belluarius); DURANTE Ric. Ling. 1950, 270-271; SKOK ZfromPh L 513-517; ROSETTI ILR I 272; OREL Vestnik MGU. Filologija 1981/2 72-76 (ancient Balkan ties of bullar); cABEJ Etim. II 366-367.

Soft, smooth'. From PAlb *buta < IE *bhugh-to- comparable with NIr bog 'soft' < *bhugho-, Arm hut` blunt' (PEDERSEN KZ XXXVI 341). The source of both forms is IE *hheugh- `to bend'. 0 MEYER Wb. 57; PEDERSEN Kelt. Gr. I 159; JOKL IF XLIV 54; MLADENOV IF XXXVIII 169-171; POKORNY 1152-153; OREL ZfBalk XXIII11 70 (to buj); cABEJ Etim. II 397-398; MANN Comp. 121; KORTLANDT Arm-IE 114; DEMIRAJ AE 114. buze f, p1 buze lip, end, edge, bank, stitch, rock'. ); semantically, cf. ) and Rum buza (see below).

350; MURATI Probleme 127; DEMIRAJ AE 87-88. balls m/n, pl. bane 'forehead'. Singularized pl. neut. , OPrus ballo id. (GIL'FERDING Otn. 20; MEYER Wb. 24, Alb. St. 1111 33). 0 PEDERSEN KZ XXXIII 544; JOKL ZONF X 194, Sprache IX 128; TAGLIAVINI Dalmazia 78, Stratificazione 86; MANN Language XXVI 380 (reconstructs an i-stem); MAYRHOFER II 496-497; HAMP St. Whatmough 77; POKORNY I 118-119; OREL ZfBalk XXIII 144; cABEJ St. I 53, Etim. II 148-150; HULD 40; DEMIRAJ AE 88-89. bullunge f, pl. ballunga 'bump, swelling'.

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