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swell

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Description

1. The river swells after a lot of rain.
2. Rice/other grain swells when it cooks.
3. He hurt is arm, then it started to swell.

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ID Language Source Form Phonological Form Notes Cognate Class
80 Hittite suwattari fr. SUWE/AZI- 'to fill ... View
82 Tocharian B staukkanatär View
88 Albanian AJEM C View
143 Standard Albanian fryhem E View
2 Albanian Sicily EXET (3 SG.) D View
4 Albanian Corinth FRIXEM E View
3 Albanian Gheg AJEM C View
6 Albanian Tosk ENTEM, AOR. UENTA D View
110 Ancient Greek κυμαίνω kymái̯nɔː EXCLUDE. Inf. κυμαίνειν. ‘swell with ... (R) View
110 Ancient Greek οἰδέω oi̯déɔː Inf. οἰδεῖν S View
32 Greek πρήζομαι ˈprizo̞ˌme̞ Derived from Ancient Greek πρήθω ... L View
32 Greek φουσκώνω fuˈsko̞no̞ EXCLUDE. (T) View
31 Greek Lesbos FOUSKONO T View
129 Classical Armenian aytnum S View
129 Classical Armenian uṙnum / uṙč‘im S View
8 Armenian Eastern AYTNUM (S) View
8 Armenian Eastern uṙč‘el F View
7 Armenian Western SURIL F View
128 Avestan sispimnō (ptc.) R View
136 Sogdian δm’s Sogdian Q View
75 Wakhi PEDEMES- Q View
9 Baluchi SIAGH, SITHA R View
72 Tajik VARAM KARDAN, OMOSIDAN X View
54 Persian BAD KARDAN Y View
77 Waziri PARSEDEL A View
1 Pashto PARSEDEL A View
138 Shughni waram čidow X View
139 Sarikoli b(ы)lis : bыlɛyd W View
52 Ossetic dymyn dɨmɨn Q View
52 Ossetic RAESIJYN R View
124 Ossetic Iron rɐšyj- rɐšyj- R View
125 Ossetic Digor rɐsuj- rɐsuj- R View
105 Vedic Sanskrit śváyati related to /lexeme/18637/ (Buck ... R View
162 Pāḷī phāti Ab View
41 Khaskura SUNINU R View
51 Nepali SUJNU, SUNINU R View
106 Assamese phul phul G View
102 Oriya phuliba phuliba G View
10 Bengali PHOLA G View
111 Bihari phuləb phuləb (‘of a human body’) G View
144 Magahi उधियाना ud̪ʰijɑnɑ Ad View
104 Marwari phalo phalo ‘swelling’ G View
35 Hindi PHULNA G View
119 Urdu سُوجنا suʤnə R View
103 Sindhi suj̄aṇu ‘to be swollen’ R View
43 Lahnda SUJJEN R View
53 Punjabi PHULLENA G View
33 Gujarati SUJWU R View
50 Marathi sudzne 'sudzɳe R View
50 Marathi phugne R View
40 Kashmiri WOTHUN split from DKB, = Skt. UTHITAḤ ... Ae View
40 Kashmiri HANUN split from DKB R View
65 Sinhalese IDIMENAWA Ac View
34 Romani Greece SUVLI AV R View
100 Old Church Slavonic дѫти сѧ dɔ̃ti sɛ̃ Alternative lexeme is 'надымати сѧ ... U View
95 Serbo-Croatian oteći ˈɔ̌tɛtɕi An alternative lexeme is 'nabreknuti'. O View
15 Bulgarian отичам uˈtitʃəm O View
15 Bulgarian подувам se puˈduvəm sɛ U View
15 Bulgarian подпухвам pudˈpuxvəm T View
92 Macedonian отече ˈotɛtʃɛ O View
60 Russian пухнуть 'puxnutʲ T View
55 Polish pęcznieć ˈpɛntʂɲɛtɕ In contexts like: 'Rice/other ... (Ag) View
55 Polish puchnąć ˈpuxnɔɲtɕ In contexts like: 'He hurt ... T View
16 Belarusian пухнуць ˈpuxnutsʲ In contexts like: 'He hurt ... T View
16 Belarusian набухаць nabuˈxatsʲ In contexts like: 'Rice/other ... (P) View
73 Ukrainian набухати nabuˈxatɪ In contexts like: 'Rice/other ... (P) View
73 Ukrainian пухнути ˈpuxnutɪ In contexts like: 'He hurt ... T View
66 Slovak nabobtnať ˈnabɔptnac 2. Rice/other grain swells ... (Ai) View
66 Slovak puchnúť ˈpuchnuːc 3. He hurt is arm ... T View
18 Czech nabýt ˈnabiːt In contexts like: 'Rice/other ... (Ah) View
18 Czech otéct ˈɔtɛːtst O View
18 Czech opuchnout ˈɔpuxnɔut T View
48 Sorbian Upper bubnić ˈbubnʲitʃ Af View
47 Sorbian Lower wopuknuś ˈhɔpuknuɕ Ag View
47 Sorbian Lower naběgnuś ˈnabɪɡnuɕ Ak View
97 Slovenian nabrekati naˈbrěːkati, naˈbrêːkati Aj View
108 Old Prussian gūnziks ‘swelling, bump’, related to 'thick ... View
44 Latvian tûkst J View
44 Latvian pàmpst M View
46 Lithuanian PUSTI T View
109 Old Norse þrútna ˈθruːtna < *ster- 'stiff, firm' (Walde 1930 ... R View
109 Old Norse svella ˈsvelːa of sea, body part, AF ... B View
36 Icelandic svella ˈsvɛd̥la B View
36 Icelandic þrútna ˈθruːtʰna R View
36 Icelandic bólgna ˈb̥oulna K View
23 Faroese túsna ˈtʰʉuːsna Aa View
23 Faroese hovna ˈhoːvna Z View
23 Faroese trútna ˈtʰɹʉuːtʰna R View
23 Faroese bólgna only about sails (K) View
58 Norwegian Riksmal svelle ˈsʋɛ̀lːə B View
58 Norwegian Riksmal trutne ˈtɾʉ̀ːtnə R View
58 Norwegian Riksmal hovne ˈhòːʋnə Z View
159 Stavangersk håvna ˈhɔ̀ʋna Z View
159 Stavangersk trutna ˈtʁʉ̀tna R View
159 Stavangersk svedla, svella ˈsʋɛ̀dla, ˈsʋɛ̀lːa B View
157 Old Swedish svälla ˈsvælːa B View
157 Old Swedish thrutna ˈθruːtna R View
69 Swedish pösa 'pø:sa removed UT. (B) View
69 Swedish svälla ˈsvɛ̀lːa B View
71 Swedish Vilhelmina SVAL B View
70 Swedish Uppland SVALLA, SVULLNA B View
145 Elfdalian swella ˈswɛ̀lːɑ both intransitive and transitive B View
20 Danish svulme ˈsvulmə B View
158 Danish Fjolde svol svol B View
161 Gutnish Lau svällä ˈsvɛlːɛ B View
99 Old English swilþ B View
22 English to swell swɛl B View
26 Frisian FORBOLGEN K View
21 Dutch zwellen 'zwɛlə(n) B View
24 Flemish OPZWELLEN B View
83 Afrikaans OPSWEL, SWEL B View
126 Old High German swillit B View
27 German schwellen 'ʃvɛlən B View
86 Pennsylvania Dutch SCHWELLE UF B View
120 Luxembourgish schwëllen B View
121 German Switzerland gschweue B View
107 Gothic *swilan B View
112 Latin tumēre tuˈmeːre tumeō, tumēre, tumuī H View
17 Catalan inflar in'fla split from DKB. 'to inflate ... V View
17 Catalan ENTUMIR split from DKB H View
56 Portuguese INTUMECER split from DKB H View
56 Portuguese inchar ĩˈʃaɾ split from DKB V View
68 Spanish hincharse in'ʧaɾse Added reflexive suffix -se. V View
61 Sardinian Cagliari UNFRAI V View
62 Sardinian Logudoro UNFIARE V View
63 Sardinian Nuoro UFFRARE V View
85 French Creole Dominica AFLE V View
76 Walloon INFLER V View
25 French enfler ɑ̃fle V View
57 Provencal GOUNFLA split from DKB V View
57 Provencal BOUFIGA split from DKB V View
57 Provencal ENFLA split from DKB V View
42 Ladin IFFLER split from DKB V View
42 Ladin SCUFFLER split from DKB V View
146 Dolomite Ladino sgionfà V View
123 Romansh unflar V View
122 Friulian sglonfâ V View
39 Italian gonfiare gon'fjare V View
59 Romanian a se umfla V View
74 Vlach SUFLU V View
127 Old Irish attaid atəðʹ N View
101 Middle Cornish hwedhi 'ʍɛði AF hwedhy I View
172 Middle Breton huezaff ˈxweːðaṽ The Catholicon (1499) has examples ... View
172 Middle Breton coezffuiff, coezffuaff, couezfuiff ˈkweðviṽ, ˈkweðvaṽ, The Catholicon (1499) glosses: French ... View
12 Breton c'hwezan split from DKB I View
12 Breton STAMBOUC'HA split from DKB View
12 Breton PENBOUFI split from DKB View
79 Welsh chwyddo I View
38 Irish at N View
115 Scottish Gaelic at N View
5 [Legacy] Albanian T ME U FRYRE Connected to /lexeme/1190/. Same ... E View
29 [Legacy] Greek K PRIDZOMAI L View
28 [Legacy] Greek D PRIDZOMAI split from DKB L View
28 [Legacy] Greek D FOUSKONO split from DKB T View
30 [Legacy] Greek Md PREDZOMAI L View
64 [Legacy] Serbocroatian OTECI O View
113 [Legacy] Serbian oteći ǒtetɕi O View
89 [Legacy] Bulgarian P NADUVAM SE U View
49 [Legacy] Macedonian NABABRI View
94 [Legacy] Russian P PUCHNUT T View
93 [Legacy] Polish P PUCHNAC T View
90 [Legacy] Byelorussian P PUCHNUC T View
98 [Legacy] Ukrainian P PUCHNUTY T View
19 [Legacy] Czech E SPUXNUT T View
96 [Legacy] Slovak P PUCHNUT T View
91 [Legacy] Czech P PUCHNOUTI T View
67 [Legacy] Slovenian ZETEKLU O View
45 [Legacy] Lithuanian O ISSIPUSTI, PASIPUSTI T View
11 [Legacy] Brazilian INCHAR V View
142 [Legacy] German Munich schwellen < Pr. Germ. *swellan- 'to swell'. B View
84 [Legacy] French Creole C AFLE V View
14 [Legacy] Breton St c'hwezhañ 'xwe:zã split from DKB. Also 'to ... I View
14 [Legacy] Breton St koeñviñ 'kwẽ:vĩ split from DKB. Of injured ... I View
13 [Legacy] Breton Se HUEHEIN, FOEUEIN I View
78 [Legacy] Welsh C CHWYDDO I View
37 [Legacy] Irish A AT N View