dåb

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See also: dab, DAB, dąb, -dab, and 𒁳

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Etymology[edit]

From Old Danish dop, borrowed from Middle Low German dōpe, dōp, from Old Saxon dōpi, from Proto-West Germanic *daupīni (immersion), cognate with German Taufe, also whence Danish døbe (to baptize) and German taufen.

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Noun[edit]

dåb c (singular definite dåben, plural indefinite dåb)

  1. baptism (christian sacrament with water)

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