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Proto-IE: *k'lep-
Meaning: wet, to become wet
Old Indian: śilpá- `variegated' ?
Old Greek: klépas = noterón, pēlō̃des, ḕ dasǘ, ḕ hügrón (Hsch.)
Baltic: *člap-ja- adv., *člap-, *člap-ē̂- vb. intr., *člap-al-a- c.
Celtic: OIr clūain `Wiese' ( < *k'lop-ni-)
Russ. meaning: мокрый/мокнуть
References: WP I 497
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