The term “𐤇𐤌𐤑” is a Phoenician term meaning “Acidic”. The word “Hommus” “ḢMṠ” (حمص) in Lebanese could be called like that because ḣommus is a naturally acidic bean. Could that be some sort of useful I wonder!
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