σήσαμον

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Ancient Greek[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Old Aramaic שושמא ‎(šūššmā), shortening of שומשומא ‎(šumššemā), from Akkadian (Assyrian) [script needed] ‎(šamaššammū), [script needed] ‎(šamaššammi, literally oil plant), compound of [script needed] ‎(šaman, oil) and [script needed] ‎(šammu, plant).

Noun[edit]

σήσαμον ‎(sḗsamonn ‎(genitive σησάμου); second declension

  1. sesame

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