GreekEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Koine Greek φοῦσκα (phoûska), from Ancient Greek φύσκη (phúskē, large intestine, blister), from Ancient Greek φῦσα (phûsa, blowing). Related to Ancient Greek φυσάω (phusáō, to blow)

NounEdit

φούσκα (foúskaf (plural φούσκες)

  1. bubble
  2. (medicine) blister
  3. (anatomy) bladder
  4. (finance) bubble (surge of speculation in a financial market)

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