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dagoba

(ˈdɑːɡəbə; ˈdɑːɡəbɑː) or

dagaba

n
(Architecture) a dome-shaped shrine containing relics of the Buddha or a Buddhist saint
[C19: from Sinhalese dāgoba, from Sanskrit dhātugarbha containing relics]
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