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Proto-IE: *dhrebh-
Meaning: sediment, yeast; to make/become thick, to curdle; to become flabby
Old Greek: tréphō, dor. tráphō, -omai̯, aor. thrépsai̯, -asthai̯, éthrapsa, intr. (/tr.) traphẹ̄̂n, pass. traphẹ̄̂nai̯, threphthē̂nai̯/ethráphthē, pf. intr. (/tr.) tétropha, m. téthrammai̯ `dick machen, in die Breite wachsen lassen, nähren, erziehen, hegen; gerinnen machen'; trophǟ́ f. `Ernährung, Nahrung, Pflege, Geschlecht', trophó- `nährend', trophó-s f. (/f.) `Amme, Ernährerin, Pfleger(in)', trophṓ f. `id.', tróphi- `feist, dick, gross'; thrémma n. `das Aufgezogene, Zögling, Brut', thrépsi-s f. `Aufzucht', pl. thréptra n. `Pflegelohn', threptḗr m. `Pflegevater', thréptei̯ra `id.'; thrómbo-s m. `Klumpen, Kloss, Tropfen, bes. (geronnenen) Blutes'
Slavic: *drobь, *drobъ, *drobā́
Baltic: *drē̃b- (*dreb-ja-) vb. tr., *drib- vb. intr., *drāb-l-ia- c., *drab-n-ù- adj., *dreb-ul-ia- c.; *drim̃b- vb. tr., *dram̂b-l-ia- (1) c., *drem̃b-l-ia- c.,
Germanic: *dra[b]-l-an- m.; *drab-a- n., *drabb=
Celtic: *drab= > MIr drab `Treber, Hefe', drabar-sluag `gemeines Volk, faex populi'
Russ. meaning: осадок, дрожжи; сгущать(ся), створаживать(ся), размягчать(ся)
References: WP I 876
piet-meaning,piet-greek,piet-slav,piet-balt,piet-germ,piet-celt,piet-rusmean,piet-refer,

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