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krumukam. (see kṛmuk/a-, kram-) a piece of wood or match used to catch the sacrificial fire when kindled by friction View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
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krumuka क्रुमुकः Ved. A piece of wood to catch the sacrificial fire; स क्रुमुकं प्राविशत् क्रुमुकमव दधाति Yv.5.1.9.5.
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krumuka m. splint to catch the flame from the tinder.
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krumuka As the name of ‘ wood ’ appears to be a variant form of Krmuka.
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