[ kah-moot ]
/ kɑˈmut /
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a brand name for Khorasan wheat, a type of ancient grain.
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Origin of Kamut
First recorded in 1990–95; supposedly from Egyptian kamʾḥut “bread made from fine wheat”
Words nearby Kamut
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How to use Kamut in a sentence
Gipungkúlan (napungkul) ang kamut sa kawatan, The hand of the thief was cut off.
Ang sulang gisapnay sa duha ka kamut, His jaw was cradled in his hands.
Itapiun ang kamut sa nag-agus nga samad, Press your hand down on the bleeding wound.
Nakúhu ang kamut sa sanlahun, The leper lost the ability to use his fingers.
Lihukan siyag kamut sa sinihan, He has wandering hands in the movie house.