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Proto-IE: *(e)rep-, *rēp-
Meaning: to pinch, to tear, to injure
Old Indian: rápas- n. `bodily defect, injury', raphitá- `hurt, injured'
Old Greek: prs. ptc. ereptómeno- `fressen, essen', aor. an-ērépsanto, ptc. ana-repsaméno-, an-erépsato `hinweg-, entraffen'
Baltic: *rē̂p- (-ja-) vb. tr., *rēp-l-iā̃, *rap-l-iā̃ f.
Germanic: *raf-is-ja- vb., *raf-ja- vb.
Latin: rapiō, -ere, -uī, -tum `fortreissen, sich anreissen, entreissen, rasch holen, rasch ausführen'; rapidus, -a `raubend, reissend, heftig'
Albanian: rjep `ziehe aus, -ab,beraube'
Russ. meaning: щипать, драть, повреждать
References: WP II 369 f
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