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Addendum: Z-M-R and Pruning a tree and Olive tree in Syriac/Aramaic and Arabic

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Dec 8, 2021 at 17:00

This is "pruning a tree/s" in Syriac/Aramaic: ܓܡܡܐ or Gmama and it is تقليم الاشجار Taqleem al-ashjar in Arabic

"Olive tree" in Syriac/Aramaic is: ܙܬܘܢܝܬܐ or Ze tu nita and it is شجرة الزيتون or Shajart al-zayton in Arabic

Non of the above is even remotely close to the root Z-M-R

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