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Number: 3078
Proto-Semitic: *ḳutr-
Afroasiatic etymology: Afroasiatic etymology
Meaning: smoke, incense
Akkadian: kaṭār- 'fumigate, make an incense offering', ḳutr- 'smoke, fog', ḳutrēn-, ḳutrinn- 'incense, censer'
Eblaitic: /ḳuṭṭurū/
Ugaritic: ḳṭr 'humo'
Hebrew: ḳṭr (pi) 'make a sacrifice, go up in smoke', ḳǝṭōrät 'incense' (>Eg NK ḳdrt)
Judaic Aramaic: ḳiṭr- 'smoke, mist'
Mandaic Aramaic: guṭr- 'smoke', gṭr 'fumigate, cense'
Arabic: ḳṭr 'to smell, smoke', ḳuṭār-, ḳaṭūr- 'steam, smoke; incense'
Epigraphic South Arabian: Sab m-ḳṭr 'incense-altar' SD 109
Geʕez (Ethiopian): ḳtr 'fumigate, give off an odor', ḳǝttār(e) 'incense, fumigation' LGz 452
Tigre: ḳǝtare 'fragrance, spice'
Amharic: ḳäṭṭärä 'burn incense in church', ḳättärä 'bathe in steam or in incense smoke'
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