wrappen

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Middle EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

Old English *wrappan, wrappian, wræppan, wræppian from Proto-Germanic *wrappan- ‎(to wrap), from Proto-Indo-European *werb- ‎(to bend, turn). Akin to Danish vravle "to wind", Middle Low German wrempen ‎(to scrunch the face), Middle English wlappen ‎(to wrap, fold). More at lap, envelop, develop.

VerbEdit

wrappen

  1. to wrap, wrap up, fold

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