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dama (2) f. (Noun) (frontpiece of furnace) "slab," "wall"

Borrowed from French dame 'id.' Borrowed from a Germanic source (compare German Damm "dike," Dutch dam "dam;" a Gothic form *damma- "fence" probably existed as well). From Proto-Germanic *damma "partition," "fence." Of unknown origin. Probably borrowed from a non-Indo-European language.