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DutchEdit

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EtymologyEdit

From Old Dutch *būla, from Proto-Germanic *būlijǭ. Cognate with English beal, German Beule.

NounEdit

buil m ‎(plural builen, diminutive builtje n)

  1. bruise, bump

ScotsEdit

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VerbEdit

buil ‎(third-person singular present buils, present participle builin, past built, past participle built)

  1. (Hawick, archaic) To weep or bawl.

Scottish GaelicEdit

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NounEdit

buil f ‎(genitive singular buile, plural builean)

  1. consequence, effect, result
  2. completion, conclusion

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