sorbi

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See also: sorbí and sorbì

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sorbi (present sorbas, past sorbis, future sorbos, conditional sorbus, volitive sorbu)

  1. to absorb

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sorbi

  1. Sorbian (a pair of Western Slavic languages)

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Inflection of sorbi (Kotus type 5/risti, no gradation)
nominative sorbi sorbit
genitive sorbin sorbien
partitive sorbia sorbeja
illative sorbiin sorbeihin
singular plural
nominative sorbi sorbit
accusative nom. sorbi sorbit
gen. sorbin
genitive sorbin sorbien
partitive sorbia sorbeja
inessive sorbissa sorbeissa
elative sorbista sorbeista
illative sorbiin sorbeihin
adessive sorbilla sorbeilla
ablative sorbilta sorbeilta
allative sorbille sorbeille
essive sorbina sorbeina
translative sorbiksi sorbeiksi
instructive sorbein
abessive sorbitta sorbeitta
comitative sorbeineen

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Etymology[edit]

From Vulgar Latin root *sorbīre, from Latin sorbēre, present active infinitive of sorbeō, from Proto-Italic *sorβeō, from Proto-Indo-European *srobʰéyeti, iterative verb from *srebʰ- (to sip).

Verb[edit]

a sorbi (third-person singular present soarbe, past participle sorbit4th conj.

  1. to sip, suck in, drink in
  2. to breathe in deep
  3. to absorb

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