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The word tonir is used in various languages like Dari words tandūr and tannūr ; these are derived from very similar terms, viz. Persian tanūr (تنور), Armenian t’onir (Թոնիր), Georgian tone (თონე), Arabic tannūr (تنّور), Hebrew ( תנור ) . in Leviticus 2:4 [3] Turkish tandır , Uzbek tandir , Azerbaijani təndir and Kurdish tendûr . However, according to Dehkhoda Persian Dictionary , the word originates from Akkadian tinûru "tin" means mud and nuro/nura means fire, and is mentioned as early as in the Akkadian Epic of Gilgamesh (as reflexed by Avestan tanûra and Pahlavi tanûr ). As such, tandoor may have originated from Semitic . In Sanskrit , the tandoor was referred to as kandu .


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