stoppian

Old EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Germanic *stuppōną (to stop, close, push, prick), from Proto-Indo-European *stÁb(h)-, *stemb(h)- (to support, stamp, become angry, be amazed). Cognate with Old Saxon stuppōn (to stop up), Old High German stoffōn, stoppōn (to stop up), Old High German stophōn (to pierce). More at stump.

VerbEdit

stoppian

  1. To stop
  2. (a hole or aperture) To close

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