Swollen inflated swollen puffed up as cattle whenever gorged with green food which develops gasoline
- Opened in blossom or having blossomed as a flower
- being relocated or applied by moving air or vapor
- breathing laboriously or convulsively
- of Blow
- Swollen; inflated; swollen; puffed up, as cattle when gorged with green food which develops fuel.
- Stale; worthless.
- exhausted; tired; fatigued.
- Covered using eggs and larvae of flies; fly blown.
- Opened; in bloom or having blossomed, as a flower.
early 15c., "inflated," from Old English blawen, previous participle of blow (v.1). Figurative feeling of "inflated by pride" is from belated 15c. Meaning "out of breathing" is from 1670s. As a past participle adjective from blow (v.2), it absolutely was Old English geblowenne.
(p. p.) of Blow
- (p. p. & a.) Swollen; inflated; distended; puffed up, as cattle whenever gorged with green meals which develops gasoline.
- (p. p. & a.) Stale; useless.
- (p. p. & a.) Out of breath; exhausted; fatigued.
- (p. p. & a.) Covered aided by the eggs and larvae of flies; fly blown.
- (p. p. & a.) Opened; in bloom or having blossomed, as a flower.
The impure spirit is blown out and the pure blown in.