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وجٌّ

A kind of medicine; (Ṣ, Ḳ;) certain twigs, or rods, with which one fumigates; (TA;) or which are used medicinally or remedially; (T;) [acorum, (Golius,) or acorus; sweet-cane, or, as some say, galangal: see Diosc., I. i., c. 2., referred to by Golius:] thought by ElJawáleekee to be not pure Arabic; i. e., an arabicized word, from the Persian [وَجْ]: (TA:) so says J. (Ṣ.)