inblowen etymology

Middle English word inblowen comes from Old English blāwan, Old English blawan (To be blown. To blow; breathe. To inflate. To sound.), Old English in-

Detailed word origin of inblowen

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
blāwan Old English (ang)
blawan Old English (ang) To be blown. To blow; breathe. To inflate. To sound.
in- Old English (ang) In, into; on, upon. Internal, positioned on the inside, inside (intensifying) very.
inblāwan Old English (ang)
inblawan Old English (ang) To inflate; blow up.. To inspire, breathe upon; inbreathe.
inblowen Middle English (enm)

Words with the same origin as inblowen

Descendants of blāwan
blawen blowen forblowen
Descendants of blawan
beblowen forblow
Descendants of in-
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