Italian word gabbia comes from Latin cavus (Excavated, channeled. Hollow, concave.).
Gabbia detailed word origin explanation
|cavus || Latin (lat) ||Excavated, channeled. Hollow, concave. |
|cavea || Latin (lat) ||Cage, den, enclosure, stall, coop, beehive, birdcage. Hollow, cavity. The roof of the mouth. The seats in a theatre. The sockets of the eyes. |
|gabbia || Italian (ita) ||(nautical) crow's nest. Cage, hutch. Clink (gaol). Crate, skip. Lookout, watch tower. Muzzle. |
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