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Etimoloji [ 'ska-f&ld also -"fO ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English scaffold, scaffalde from Medieval Latin scaffaldus from Old French eschaffaut, escadafaut (“platform to see a tournament”) from Late Latin scadafaltum from ex- + *cadafaltum, catafalcum (“view-stage”) from Old Italian *catare (“to view, see”) + falco (“a stage”), a variant of balco (“stage, beam, balk”), of Germanic origin, from Lombardic palko, palcho (“scaffold, balk, beam”) from Proto-Germanic *balkan-, *belkan- (“beam, rafter”) from Proto-Indo-European *bhelg- (“beam, plank”). Akin to Old High German balco, balcho (“scaffold, balk, beam”). More at catafalque, balcony, balk.