Turkish pronunciation dreyp
Etymology [ 'drAp ] (verb.) 1847. From Middle English drape (noun, “a drape”), from Old French draper (“to drape", also, "to full cloth”), from drap (“cloth, drabcloth”), from Late Latin drappus, drapus (“drabcloth, kerchief”), a word first recorded in the Capitularies of Charlemagne, probably of Germanic origin, from Frankish *drap, *drāp- (“that which is fulled, drabcloth”)http://onlinedictionary.datasegment.com/word/drabcloth from Proto-Germanic *drap-, *drēp- (“something beaten”), from *drepanan (“to beat, strike”), from Proto-Indo-European *dhrebh- (“to beat, crush, make or become thick”), An Etymological Dictionary of the English Language, "Drab.". Cognate with English drub (“to beat”), Low Saxon drapen, dräpen (“to strike”), German treffen (“to meet”), Swedish dräpa (“to slay”). More at drub.