σεμίδαλις

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Ancient Greek[edit]

Etymology[edit]

According to Beekes from Semitic, the same source of Latin simila (wheat flour), Aramaic סְמִידָא‎ /‎ ܣܡܻܝܕܳܐ(səmīḏā), from Akkadian 𒆠𒅔𒆠𒅔𒄯𒄯 (/samīdu/, a type of fine groats, coarse flour, semolina), related to Akkadian 𒀀𒊏𒄯𒄯 (/samādu/, to grind fine).

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Noun[edit]

σεμῐ́δᾱλῐς (semídālisf (genitive σεμῐδᾱ́λῐος or σεμῐδᾱ́λεως); third declension

  1. The finest wheaten flour

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Greek[edit]

Noun[edit]

σεμίδαλις (semídalisf

  1. Katharevousa form of σιμιγδάλι (simigdáli, semolina)