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fungus AC | fũgus B | fongus e f  
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Cf. Wehr:  ﻓﻄﺮ /fuṭr/ "fungi, mushrooms".
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Cf. Wehr (1985):  ﻓﻄﺮ /fuṭr/ "fungi, mushrooms"; Siggel (1950: 56): ﻓﻄﺮ /fuṭur/ Pliz, Champignon {i.e. "mushroom, button mushroom"}
  
  
See [[Fungi]]
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See also: [[Fungi]]
  
  
 
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Latest revision as of 21:30, 20 March 2016

Fatar arabice fungus.


Apparatus:

fungus AC | fũgus B | fongus ef


Translation:

Fatar is Arabic for Latin fungus {"mushroom, fungus"}.


Commentary:

Cf. Wehr (1985): ﻓﻄﺮ /fuṭr/ "fungi, mushrooms"; Siggel (1950: 56): ﻓﻄﺮ /fuṭur/ Pliz, Champignon {i.e. "mushroom, button mushroom"}


See also: Fungi


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