مرجل

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Etymology[edit]

Tool noun from the root ر ج ل(r-j-l), so-called because the cauldron rests on attached legs or feet opposed to the more familiar native Bedouin method of balancing a typical legless cooking-pot between three rocks.

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

مِرْجَل (mirjalm (plural مَرَاجِل(marājil))

  1. copper cooking-pot, cauldron
  2. boiler, heating-kettle

Declension[edit]

Descendants[edit]

  • Kurdish:
    Northern Kurdish: mencel
    Central Kurdish: مەنجەڵ(mencell)
    Southern Kurdish: مەنجەڵ(mencell)
  • Persian: مرجل(merjal)

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