νάρδος

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Ancient Greek[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Phoenician (compare Hebrew נֵרְדְּ(nērd), Aramaic נִרְדָּא(nirdā), Akkadian 𒆠𒆗 (HIRIM /lardu/), Arabic رَنْد(rand), Old South Arabian 𐩧𐩬𐩵(rnd)), possibly from Sanskrit नलद (nálada, Indian narde) (although a Semitic-to-Indian loan has also been suggested).

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νᾰ́ρδος (nárdosf (genitive νᾰ́ρδου); second declension

  1. nard plant, spikenard, nardin, muskroot
  2. nard oil, a highly prized ointment made from the plant

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Greek[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek νάρδος (nárdos).

Noun[edit]

νάρδος (nárdosm or f (plural νάρδοι)

  1. valerian, nard, spikenard (Nardostachys grandiflora).

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