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*(s)lē̌b-

1.
weak, without inner tension
(This root is based on German etymological findings. The English sources do not trace that back to Indo-European and instead say that the origin of words like "schlafen" or "labor" is unknown.)
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Word of the Day - "ausschlafen"

A quick look at the meaning of "ausschlafen" and its brothers "verschlafen" and "einschlafen". Also: some grammar... yawn!

Vocab:

ausschlafen, verschlafen, einschlafen, schlapp, schlaff, der Schlaf, der Lappen

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