ancō and anracō

ancoo

ancō

of food, having salt (NaCl) added to it, salted.

anracoo

anracō

of any substance, having a quantity of salt (NaCl and others); tasting brackish or salty.

For example, anhāri anracōi is ‘salt water’ as opposed to fresh water, and annāmmi ancōi is ‘salted water’ for swishing around one’s mouth when one has a toothache or a sore.

annāmmi

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annāmmi

potable water, drinking water. The main word for water is anhāri, which can refer to any type of water. But, if one were in a restaurant or at someone’s house, one would not ask for anhāri, one would ask for and be offered annāmmi.