blé

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle French blé, from Old French blet ("cereal, grain"; compare Medieval Latin blādum), from Frankish *blād (field produce), from Proto-Germanic *blēdaz, *blēdō (flower, leaf), from Proto-Indo-European *bhlēdh-, *bhlōw-, *bhol- (to flower; leaf). Compare Catalan blat, cf. also English blade.

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blé m (plural blés)

  1. wheat, corn

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Noun[edit]

blé m (oblique plural blez, nominative singular blez, nominative plural blé)

  1. wheat, corn