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Proto-IE: *dhōbh-
Meaning: to dig; cave, grave
Armenian: damban `Grab, Gruft; Grabmal'; dambaran `ud.'
Old Greek: tháptō, aor. thápsai̯, p. etáphēn, taphthē̂nai̯, p. m.-p. téthammai̯ `bestatten, begraben'; á-thapto- `unbegraben', táphos n. `Bestattung, Grab, Grabmal', taphǟ́ f. `id.', táphro-s f. `Graben (zur Befestigung usw.)', táphrǟ f. `id.'
Baltic: *dōb-a- -ia- adj., *dō*dōb-a- -ia- adj., *dōb- vb., *dōb-ā̂ (1/2) f., -iā̃ f., *dōb-ā̂ (1/2) f., -iā̃ f.
Russ. meaning: копать; яма, могила
References: WP I 852 (different in Pok.)
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