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Proto-IE: *(s)klep-
Meaning: to steal, to make smth. by stealth
Old Greek: kléptō, pf. kéklopha, med. kéklemmai̯/kéklammai̯, aor. klépsai̯, pass. eklápēn `stehlen, verhehlen, heimlich tun, heimlich tun, hintergehen, täuschen'; klémma `Diebstahl, Täuschung, Kriegslist', kléptǟ-s m. `Dieb'; klépos n. `Diebstahl'; kleptḗr `Dieb'; klopǟ́ `Diebstahl, heimliche Tat', klṓp-s `Dieb'
Baltic: *kl[ē̃]p-t-a- adj.; vb.*slē̃p- (*slep-ja-) vb. tr., *slap-u- adj., *slap-t-ā̂ f., *slap-t-aadj., *slap-t-i- c., *slap-ī̂- vb.
Germanic: *xlíf-a- vb.; *xlif-t-u- c.
Latin: clepō, -ere, clepsī (/clēpī), -ptum `heimlich stehlen'
Celtic: *klopni- > MIr cluain `Betrug, Schneichelei', cluainech `trügerisch'
Russ. meaning: воровать, делать тайно
References: WP I 497
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