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Proto-IE: *srobh- / *srebh-, *sorbh- / *serbh-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to gulp
Armenian: aor. arbi `ich trank', arb `Zechgelage'
Old Greek: rhophéō, ion. rhüphéō, rhümphánō, va. rhoptó- (Hp. ap. Gal.) `schlürfen, schlucken', rhópho-s `Brühe, dicker Trank', rhómma n. `dicke Brühe, Suppe' (Hp. ap. Gal.)
Slavic: *sьrbātī, *sьrbljǭ; *serbātī
Baltic: *srē̃b- (sreb-ja-) vb. tr., *sreb-ā̂ f., *sreb-al-a- c.; *sreub-/sraub- (-ja-) vb. tr., *srüb- vb. intr.; *sur̃b- (-ja-) vb. tr.
Germanic: *surf-il-ōn-, *surp=il-ōn- vb.
Latin: sorbeō, -ēre, -uī, -itum; sorbō, -ere, -psī, -ptum `einschlürfen, verschlucken'
Celtic: *sr[o]bu- > MIr srub `Schnauze'
Albanian: ǵerp `ich schlürfe', ǵerbɛ `Tropfen'
Russ. meaning: хлебать
References: WP II 704
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