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dagoba

[ dah-guh-buh ]
/ ˈdɑ gə bə /
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noun
a dome-shaped memorial alleged to contain relics of Buddha or a Buddhist saint; stupa; chaitya.
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Origin of dagoba

1800–10; <Sinhalese dāgoba<Pali dhātugabbha<Sanskrit dhātugarbha, equivalent to dhātu relics + garbha womb, inside

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British Dictionary definitions for dagoba

dagoba
/ (ˈdɑːɡəbə) /

noun
a dome-shaped shrine containing relics of the Buddha or a Buddhist saint

Word Origin for dagoba

C19: from Sinhalese dāgoba, from Sanskrit dhātugarbha containing relics
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