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Proto-Germanic: *dilban- vb.
Meaning: dig, hollow
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old English: delfan `graben, begraben'
Old Frisian: delva, dela
Old Saxon: bi-delban `begraben'
Middle Dutch: delven `graven, begraven'
Dutch: delven; fläm. delv `Schlucht, Graben'
Low German: delven `graben, begraben'
Old High German: { bi-telban, -telpan (bitolban) `begraben' }
Middle High German: tëlben, dëlben st. 'graben'
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