sorbeo

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Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Indo-European *sr̥bʰ-. Cognates include Ancient Greek ῥοφέω (rhopheō), Old Church Slavonic сръбати (srŭbati), and English slurp.

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present active sorbeō, present infinitive sorbēre, perfect active sorbuī, supine sorbitum

  1. I suck in, drink up.

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