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Proto-IE: *srenk-
Meaning: to snore
Old Greek: rhéŋkō/rhéŋkhō `schnarchen, schnauben', rhéŋkos/-kh- n. `Schnarchen', rhóŋko-s `id.'
Latin: runcāre `intemperanter dōrmiō vel sonitum dē nāribus ēmittō' (Gl.)
Celtic: OIr srennim `schnarche' (*srenknāmi), MIr srēimm `Schnarchen' (*srenksmn)
Russ. meaning: храпеть
References: WH
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