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Proto-IE: *swepǝ- (Gr h-)
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to sleep
Hittite: sup-, supparija- (I) 'schlafen' (Friedrich 198)
Tokharian: A ṣpäṃ, B ṣpane `Schlaf'
Old Indian: svapiti, svápati `to sleep, fall asleep', pass. supyate, ptc. suptá; svápna- m. `sleep, dream'; svápnya- n. `vision in a dream'
Avestan: xʷap- `schlafen'; xʷafna- m. `Schlaf, Traum'
Armenian: khun, gen. khnoy `Schlaf'
Old Greek: hǘpno-s m. `Schlaf'
Slavic: *sъpātī, *sъpītь; *sъnǭtī, aor. *sъpe; *sɨ̄pātī; *sъnъ, *sъnьje
Baltic: *sap-n-i-, *sap-n-a-, -ia- c., *sap-en-a-, -an-, -i- c.
Germanic: *swi[f]-a- vb., *swab-ja- vb., *swib-ē- vb., *swēb[f]=, *swō[f]=, *sub=; *swi[f]-n-a- m., etc.
Latin: sōpīre `einschläfern', sopor, -ōris m. `Schlaf, Schläfrigkeit'; somnus, -ī m. `Schlaf', somnium n. `Traum'
Celtic: OIr sūan `Schlaf'; Cymr hūn `Schlaf', an-hunedd `insomnia', Corn, Bret hun 'Schlaf'
Albanian: ǵumɛ `Schlaf'
Russ. meaning: спать
References: WP II 523 f
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