drē- : drǝ-, extended dr-ē̆m-

    drē- : drǝ-, extended dr-ē̆m-
    English meaning: to sleep
    Deutsche Übersetzung: ‘schlafen”
    Material: O.Ind. drǘ ti, drǘ ya-ti, -tē “asleep”, ni-drǘ ‘sleep”; in addition zero grade ni-drita-ḥ ‘sleeping, dozed off”; Arm. tartam ‘slow, sleepy “ (*der-d-, Pedersen KZ. 39, 416); Gk. Hom. Aor. ἔδραθον (*e-dr̥-dh-om), new ἔδαρθον “ slept “, secondary καταδαρθάνω “ dozed off “; Lat. dormiō ‘sleep, drowse “ (*dr̥m-īi̯ ō); Slav. *drēmi̯ ō “ drowse “ in Church Slavic dremlju drěmati “ drowse “, Serb. drȉjemljêm drijèmati “ have sleep desire “, etc maybe Alb. dremit “drowse”. About the formal Verhältnisse s. EM. 284, to -em- extension also Pedersen Groupement 22.
    References: WP. I 821, WH. I 372, Trautmann 60.

Proto-Indo-European etymological dictionary. 2015.

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