stoppian

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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.

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stoppian

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

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