slepen

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Dutch[edit]

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slepen (past singular sleepte, past participle gesleept)

  1. to drag, to tow
  2. to slide

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slepen

  1. plural past indicative and subjunctive of slijpen

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Latvian[edit]

Adverb[edit]

slepen

  1. secretly, stealthily, without others knowing or noticing; adverbial form of slepens
    tas gāja saimniekam slepen iepakaļ — that one went stealthily behind the farmer
    jāieliek krūzē nauda, un jāierok slepen zemē; un tā, lai neviens nezina, kurā kalnā — the money must be put in a mug, and then buried secretly in the earth, in such a way that nobody knows in which hill (it is buried)

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Middle English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old English slǣpan.

Verb[edit]

slepen (third-person singular simple present slepeth, present participle slepende, simple past and past participle sleped)

  1. to sleep

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