Blutt

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Luxembourgish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old High German bluot, from Proto-Germanic *blōþą, of uncertain origin. Cognate with German Blut, Dutch bloed, English blood, West Frisian bloed, Icelandic blóð.

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Blutt n (uncountable)

  1. blood
    • 2013, Christiane de Bricasart, Wann d'Rous sech verstoppt fir ze kräischen, ISBN 3864685435:
      E puer Mol hannereneen huet hie mech mat der Stir op de Bord vum Dësch gedonnert bis d'Blutt aus menger Nues gesprëtzt koum.
      Several times in a row he thumped my forehead on the edge of the table until blood sprayed out of my nose.

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