bwt

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bwt
K2

 f

  1. abomination, loathsome or detested thing, anathema [since the Pyramid Texts]

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Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Tai *pwɤtᴰ (lung), from Old Chinese (OC *pʰobs, “lung”), from Proto-Sino-Tibetan *p-wap (lung). Cognate with Thai ปอด (bpɔ̀ɔt), Lao ປອດ (pǭt), Shan ပွတ်ႇ (pòat).

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bwt (old orthography bɯt, Sawndip forms , )

  1. lung