Ancient Greek edit

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Etymology 1 edit

From θάπτω (tháptō, to bury).

Noun edit

τᾰ́φος (táphosm (genitive τᾰ́φου); second declension

  1. funeral rites, burial, funeral, wake
  2. tomb, grave, sepulcher
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Etymology 2 edit

Related to θάμβος (thámbos, amazement) and τέθηπα (téthēpa, to be amazed, astounded).

Noun edit

τᾰ́φος (táphosn (genitive τᾰ́φους or τᾰ́φεος); third declension

  1. astonishment, amazement
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Greek edit

Etymology edit

Inherited from Ancient Greek τάφος (táphos, tomb).

Pronunciation edit

Noun edit

τάφος (táfosm (plural τάφοι)

  1. grave, tomb

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