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valsi naldamtanko
type lujvo
creator gusek
time entered Fri Nov 7 13:02:06 2014

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Definition #63659 - Preferred [edit]
   
definition t1 is a quantity of smokeless tobacco/tobacco-based product of/from species/strain t2
notes All tobacco and tobacco-based products, but not merely nicotine-based products (e.g. pharmaceutical), not intended for smoking e.g. dipping/chewing/dissolvable tobacco, snuff, snus, tobacco gum, iqmik, naswar, gutka, toombak, shammah, etc. Cf. tanko, danmo, sigja.
gloss words
place keywords 1. tobacco ; smokeless tobacco
2. tobacco species
created by gusek
vote information 2
time Fri Nov 7 05:02:07 2014

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ta'e pilno lo naldamtanko seba'i lo sigja mu'i lo nu kanro

(by gusek) [edit]
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Svenska
Definition #63660 [edit]
   
definition t1 är en mängd av rökfri tobak/en tobaksbaserad produkt av/från art/sort t2
notes All tobak och alla tobaksbaserade produkter, men ej enbart nikotinbaserade produkter (ex. läkemedel), som inte är menade att rökas ex. tuggtobak, snuff, snus, tobakstuggummi, iqmik, naswar, gutka, toombak, shammah, etc. Cf. tanko, danmo, sigja.
gloss words
place keywords 1. tobak ; rökfri tobak
2. tobaksart
created by gusek
vote information 1
time Fri Nov 7 07:35:24 2014

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