agripper

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle French, from Old French agriper (to snatch), from Frankish *angrīpan (to seize), from Proto-Germanic *ana- (on-) + *grīpaną (to take, seize), from Proto-Indo-European *ghreb-, *ghrab- (to take, seize, rake). Cognate with Middle Dutch aengrīpen (to grasp, seize), Old High German anagrīfan (to touch, grasp), Old English grīpan (to seize, snatch, take, apprehend). More at grip.

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agripper

  1. to grip, grab, cling on to, grab hold of

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