éblouir

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From Middle French esblouir, from Old French esbleuir ‎(to dazzle), from Medieval Latin *exblaudō ‎(I dazzle, verb), from ex- + *blaudō ‎(I overwhelm, I make someone weak, verb), from Frankish *blōthijan, *blauthijan ‎(to overcome, make weak), from Proto-Germanic *blauþijaną ‎(to make weak, make void, soften), from Proto-Indo-European *bʰlaw- ‎(weak, frightened, timid). Cognate with Old High German blōdi ‎(sluggish, feeble, physically weak) ( > German blöde), Old English blēaþ ‎(gentle, timid, peaceful, inactive), Danish blød ‎(soft).

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éblouir

  1. (transitive) to dazzle

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