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Proto-IE: *trep-
Meaning: to scutch, to shake, to trample down
Tokharian: A trap-, B trāpp- (PT *trāpw-) 'trip, stumble' (Adams 313)
Old Indian: tr̥prá-, tr̥pála- `hasty'
Old Greek: trapéō `keltere'; a-trapó-s, ep. a-tarpó-s `Pfad, Fusssteig'
Slavic: *trepātī, *trepljǭ, *trepetъ, *tropotъ, *tropā́
Baltic: *trep-s-ē̂- vb., *trep-en̂- vb.
Germanic: *ɵrab-ō- vb., *ɵra[b]=
Latin: trepidus, -a `trippelnd, teils aus Eilfertigkeit, teils aus Furcht: hastig, unruhig, än gstlich, besorgt; beunruhigend, verwirrend'; trepidāre `ängstlich hin und herlaufen; zagen, bangen; u nschlüssigen sein'
Russ. meaning: трепать, трясти, топтать
References: WP I 756
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