Türkische aussprache pämpır
, cater to
Etymologie [ 'pam-p&r ] (transitive verb.) 14th century. From Middle English pamperen (“to cram with food”), from Middle Dutch *pamperen (“to cram with food”), frequentative of *pampen (“to stuff”), from Proto-Germanic *pampōnan (“to swell”), from Proto-Indo-European *bamb- (“round object”). Cognate with Flemish pamperen (“to cram with food, overindulge”), Middle Low German pampen (“to stuff oneself”), German dialectal pampfen (“to cram”), Danish dialectal pampe (“to boast, brag”).