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Proto-IE: *serpe-
Meaning: to creep
Old Indian: sárpati `to creep, crawl, move gently', ptc. sr̥ptá-; sarpá- m. `snake, serpent'
Old Greek: hérpō, ft. herpǘsō, hérpsō, aor. herpǘsai̯, hérpsai̯ `kriechen, schleichen, auf allen Vieren gehen', herpǘzdō `kriechen', herpetó-n, aeol. órpeto-n n. `Tier das auf allen Viere kriecht, geht', hérpsi-s f. `das Kriechen'
Latin: serpō, -ere, -psī, -ptum `kriechen, schleichen', serpēns, -tis f./m. `Schlange'
Albanian: ǵarpɛr `Schlange', pl. štɛrpíń `alles Kriechende'
Russ. meaning: ползти
References: WP II 502
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