See also: скрипа

Bulgarian edit

Etymology 1 edit

Inherited from Proto-Slavic *skripěti (ě/i-conjugation), of onomatopoeic origin.

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скрипя́ (skripjá) first-singular present indicativeimpf (perfective скри́пна)

  1. (intransitive) to squeak, to screech, to crunch
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  • скрипа́ (skripá), скрипя́ (skripjá, centipede) (dialectal)

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Etymology 2 edit

Inherited from Proto-Slavic *skripаti (а/j-conjugation), ultimately from the same source as Etymology 1.

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скри́пя (skrípja) first-singular present indicativeimpf (rare)

  1. (transitive) to wedge up, to pinch
  2. (reflexive with се) to pinch oneself (while operating with a wrench, a hinge or another winding device)
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  • Младенов, Стефан (1941) Етимологически и правописен речник на българския книжовен език (in Bulgarian), София: Книгоиздателство "Христо Данов", page 586
 
гадина скрипя

Etymology 3 edit

Merge of dialectal скра́пей (skrápej, creepy creature) (< Proto-Slavic *skorpьjь) and the onomatopoeic root. Compare Russian скрыпун (skrypun, capricorn beetle).

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скрипя́ (skripjáf

  1. (dialectal) centipede
    Synonym: стоно́жка (stonóžka)
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скрипя́ (skripjá)

  1. present adverbial imperfective participle of скрипе́ть (skripétʹ)