bleschen etymology

Middle English word bleschen comes from Middle Dutch bleschen, Proto-Indo-European *bʰlo-to-, Proto-Germanic - isōną, Proto-Germanic *blīþisjōną (To be good, be kind, be joyful.)

Detailed word origin of bleschen

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
bleschen Middle Dutch (dum)
*bʰlo-to- Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro) to gush, spurt
- isōną Proto-Germanic (gem-pro)
*blīþisjōną Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) To be good, be kind, be joyful.
blisscen Middle Dutch (dum)
*blōþą Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) Blood.
blissian Old English (ang) (intransitive) to rejoice; be glad. (transitive) to gladden; make happy; cause (someone) to rejoice; delight.
*blōþisōną Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) To mark with blood.
blētsian, blēdsian Old English (ang)
blēdsian Old English (ang)
blissen Middle English (enm)

Words with the same origin as bleschen

Descendants of bleschen
blessen blesshen blissen
Descendants of *bʰlo-to-
Marie bleden blodi blodles blodread blodred blody blood
Descendants of - isōną
hailsen halsen halsien haylsen mincen minsen ranshen rencen rensen rinsen rinshen rixen rixien rixlien rynsen wansen whinsen
Descendants of *blīþisjōną
bliscien blissien