Last modified on 5 October 2013, at 06:33
Originally ‘wind, twist’, from Proto-Albanian *welwa, from Proto-Indo-European *wel-u- 'to turn, roll' (compare Latin volvere, Old English wealwian, Ancient Greek εἰλύω (eiluō) ‘to roll up, wrap’).
vjell (first-person singular past tense volla, participle vjellë)
- to vomit
- to fade in color when washed