Türkçe nasıl söylenir blaus
Etimoloji [ 'blaus also 'blauz ] (noun.) 1828. 1828, from French blouse (“a workman's or peasant's smock”), of obscure origin. Perhaps from French blousse (“scraps of wool used mostly for flannel”) from Occitan (lano) blouso (“pure or short (wool)”) from blous, blos (“pure, empty, bare”), of Germanic origin, from Old High German blōz "naked, bare" (German bloß "bare"), or a conflation of the aforementioned and French blaude, bliaud (“a kind of smock”) from Old French bliau, also of Germanic origin, from Frankish *blīfald (“topcoat of scarlet colour”) from blī- "coloured, bright" + -fald (“crease, fold”). More at blee, fold.