bullir

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin bullīre, present active participle of bulliō ‎(I bubble, boil), from bulla ‎(bubble).

Verb[edit]

bullir ‎(first-person singular present bullo, past participle bullit)

  1. to boil

Conjugation[edit]

as dormir

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin bullīre, present active participle of bulliō ‎(I bubble, boil), from bulla ‎(bubble).

Verb[edit]

bullir ‎(first-person singular present bullo, first-person singular preterite bullí, past participle bullido)

  1. to budge
  2. to boil
  3. to spring, to well
  4. to teem, to abound
  5. to bubble (e.g. with ideas)

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Conjugation[edit]

  • Rule: Any unstressed i immediately after a root ending in ll, ñ or i is always absorbed.

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