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Ancient GreekEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Indo-European *wrembh-, from *werbh- (to turn, twist, bend), from *wer-. Compare Middle Low German wrimpen and Lithuanian reñgtis, Old English weorpan (to throw away). More at versus. Beekes argues for a Pre-Greek origin.

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ῥέμβω (rhémbō)

  1. I turn in circles
  2. (middle) I roam, rove about
    1. (figuratively) I am unsteady, act at random

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