slapen

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From Middle Dutch slapen, from Old Dutch *slāpan, from Proto-Germanic *slēpaną, from Proto-Indo-European *slab-, *slap- (to be weak, limp, languid) (from which also slap). Cognate with Low German slapen (to sleep), West Frisian sliepe, German schlafen, English sleep. More at sleep.

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slapen (past singular sliep, past participle geslapen)

  1. to sleep

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Low German[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Middle Low German slāpen, from Old Saxon slapan, from Proto-Germanic *slēpaną. Cognate with Dutch slapen, German schlafen, West Frisian sliepe, English sleep. More at sleep.

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slapen (past singular sleep, past participle slapen, auxiliary verb hebben)

  1. (Low Saxon) to sleep

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Middle Dutch[edit]

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From Old Dutch *slāpan, from Proto-Germanic *slēpaną.

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slapen

  1. to sleep

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