komb

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From Proto-Indo-European *tḱóymos (village, home), from Proto-Indo-European *tḱey- (to settle, cultivate). Compare Ancient Greek κεῖμαι (keîmai, to lie down), (perhaps) κώμη (kṓmē, burg, unwalled village), Irish caoimh (dear), Lithuanian kaimas (village), šeima (family), German Heim (home), Icelandic heimur (abode, village, home, the world).

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komb m (indefinite plural kombe, definite singular kombi, definite plural kombet)

  1. nation, people, community, folk

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