λείβω

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Ancient Greek[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Indo-European *leyb-. Cognate with Latvian liet (to pour), assuming that the -β- is secondary. Latin lībō may have been borrowed from Greek, or comes from another root.

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λείβω (leíbō)

  1. Ι pour, pour forth
  2. Ι let flow, shed
  3. (passive) Ι melt or pine away

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