trep-2

trep-2
    trep-2
    English meaning: to turn; to bow the head (of shame)
    Deutsche Übersetzung: “wenden, also sich vor Scham abwenden”
    Material: O.Ind. trápatē ‘schämt sich, wird verlegen”, trapǘ f. “the genitals, Verlegenheit”; Gk. τρέπω, Dor. Ion. τράπω “wende”, τροπή “ reversal “, τρόπος “ turn “, τρόπις “keel, Grundbalken of Schiffes” (eig. “Wender”), τρωπάω “wende, verändere”, Med. “ turn, twist, rotate mich um, kehre um”, ἐν-τρέπομαι “wende mich jemandem to, schäme mich vor jemandem”, εὐτράπελος “movable, nimble”;τερπικέραυνος in spite of τερπώμεθα τρεπώμεθα Hes. not “fulmina torquens”, but to τέρπειν, -εσθαι as “the Blitzfrohe”; Lat. trepit “vertit”; turpis (*tr̥pis) “ugly, nasty “ (“*wovor man sich abwenden muß”, formation as Goth. brūks “usable”), -ur- instead of -or- dialect. Maybe Alb. (*turpis) turp ‘shame”
    References: WP. I 756 f., WH. II 702, 719, Mayrhofer 530.
    See also: IE trep- “wenden” extension from ter-3 “rub, drehend reiben, turn”?

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