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Proto-IE: *slūb-
Meaning: to slip
Tokharian: A, B lup- 'rub lightly with a liquid, smear' (Adams 557)
Baltic: *šlub-a-, *šlüb-a- adj., *šlub- vb. inch., *šlub-ī̂- vb.
Germanic: *slūp-a-/*sliup-a- vb., *slaup-(i)ō- f., *slaup-ia- vb., *slup-a- m., *slup-ja- vb., *sluf-t-i- c., etc.
Latin: lūbricus, -a `schlüpfrig, glatt, gleitend; bedenklich, gefährlich'
Russ. meaning: скользить
References: WP II 710 f
Comments: Baltic has a contamination with *k'l[e]w- 'lame'.
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