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obi - Etymological Basque Dictionary-French-Spanish-English
obi
(1000) Grave. From latin fovea or from prelatin * gob-/kob- "hollow, concave". Cf. gasc. hobi, gobi "cave". Var. kobi.
(1000) Foso, sepultura. Del latín fovea "foso" o del prelatín *gob-/kob- "cóncavo". cf. gasc. hobi, gobi "cova". Var. kobi.
(1000) Fosse, trou, sépulture, tombe. Du latin fovea "fosse" ou du pré-latin *gob-/kob- "creux, concave". Cf. gasc. hobi, gobi "caverne, trou". Var. kobi.

obilots
(L) Mourning, moan, claim. From obi "grave" and ots "noise, cry, claim" with antihiatic -l- linkage.
(L) Lamento. De obi "tumba" y ots "ruido, lamento" con -l- antihiático.
(L) Complainte. De obi "tombe" et ots "bruit, clameur, plainte" avec -l- antihiatique.

obispo
(1596) Bishop. From spanish obispo.
(1596) Obispo. Del castellano.
(1596) Evêque. De l’espagnol obispo "id.".






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