Asturian dañar, Portuguese danar, Galician danar, French damner, Italian dannare, Romanian damna, dăuna
Superficially similar to Semitic words for sacrificial meat and sacrificed animals. A reconstruction in Proto-Semitic *d-b-ḥ- would imply a loan (cf. ð-b-H- in Möller 1970).
"Damnare means to afflict a damnum on somebody, a curtailment of his resources; from this stems the legal notion of damnare ‘to condemn’." ~ E. Benveniste, Indo-European Language and Society (1973)