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Hashmonah is one of the stations of the Exodus. 
- ↑ (Bartleby's semitic roots Ha Ŝmn ah ENTRY: Ŝmn. DEFINITION: Common Semitic noun *amn-, oil, fat. 1. Gethsemane, from Greek Gethsmani, from Hebrew gat emen, oil press, from emen, oil (gat, press; see wgn). 2. sesame, sesamoid, from Greek ssam, ssamon, sesame, from a Semitic source akin to Ugaritic mn, Phoenician mn, Aramaic umm, Arabic simsim, all meaning “sesame” and all probably from Akkadian amaamm, sesame, from aman, bound form of amnu, oil (it is possible that the Akkadian form represents a folk etymology for an original form amamu, from a root *mm). )
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