smoca

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Old English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *smukô ‎(smoke, nebulous air), from Proto-Indo-European *smukʷʰ- ‎(to smoke; a smoke). Cognate with German Schmauch ‎(dense smoke), Old Irish múch ‎(smoke), Ancient Greek σμύχω ‎(smúkhō, burn with smoldering flame) and Old Armenian մուխ ‎(mux, smoke).

Noun[edit]

smoca

  1. smoke

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