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Proto-Germanic: *slapa-, *slappa-, *slapōn-; *lap=, *lapan-; *sla[f]ōn-
Meaning: weak
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: 1) slappi m. `lange, schlafe Person'; NIsl slapa `schlaff herabhängen'; NIsl lapa `schlaff herabhängen', lapi `homo sui negligens'; { 2) slafa-st 'erschlaffen' }
Norwegian: slapa `schlaff herabhängen'; slapp `schlaf'; lapa `schlaff herabhängen'
Swedish: slapp `arm, niet werkzam'; slapp `schlaf'
Danish: slap `schlaf'
Middle Dutch: slap, gen. slāpes (/slappes) `slap, los, wak, traag'
Dutch: slap
Middle Low German: slap `schlaff'
Old High German: slaf (um 800) (-ff-) `schlaff'; irslaffēn (10.Jh.), slaffēn (um 800)
Middle High German: slaf (-ff-) 'locker, lose, welk, ermüdet, träge', { slaffen 'schlaff sein, werden' }; md. laf st. m. 'saft, feuchtigkeit'; erlaffen st. `erschlaffen'
German: schlaff; { laff `schlaff, matt' }
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