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I.Lat. nidor, the steam and odour which exhales from roasting meat, the savour and steam of burnt sacrifice, which ascends up to heaven as a gift to the gods, Hom.
II.that which caused this smell and steam, i. e. the fat, in which the flesh of the victim was wrapped and burnt, μηρούς τ᾽ ἐξέταμον κατά τε κνίσῃ ἐκάλυψαν Il.

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