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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
adjective: Relating to the camel or its hump.
From camel, from Latin camelus, from Greek kamelos. Ultimately from the Semitic root gml (camel), which also gave us jamal and gamal, the Arabic and Hebrew words for camel. Earliest documented use: 1902.
“It seemed a very Arabian thing to do, to sleep under canvas beneath huge hairy camelious blankets, so heavy that we were scarcely able to roll over in our sleep.”
A.J. Mackinnon; The Well at the World’s End; Skyhorse Publishing; 2011.
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