blissom

verb

Definition of blissom 

transitive verb

obsolete, of a ram : tup

intransitive verb

obsolete, of a ewe : to be in heat

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History and Etymology for blissom

Middle English blissomen, of Scandinavian origin; akin to Old Norse blæsma in heat (said of goats); akin to Old Norse blāsa to blow

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