trep-3, treb-

trep-3, treb-
    trep-3, treb-
    See also: see above S. 1037 under (s)trep-.

Proto-Indo-European etymological dictionary. 2015.

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  • (s)trep-, (s)treb- —     (s)trep , (s)treb     English meaning: to cry wildly, make noise, onomatopoeic words     Deutsche Übersetzung: “wild lärmen, schreien under likewise”; Schallwurzel     Material: Lat. strepō, ere “make a noise, cry, rausche”; perhaps the Ital …   Proto-Indo-European etymological dictionary

  • ter-3, terǝ- and teri-, trī- —     ter 3, terǝ and teri , trī     English meaning: to rub     Deutsche Übersetzung: “reiben; drehend reiben” (from which “drehen”), “(reibend) durchbohren”     Note: also teru : treu (extended with b, g, gh, ĝh, k, p); here ter 2 “tender” (eig …   Proto-Indo-European etymological dictionary

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