Definition of chytra
: a usually earthenware cooking pot of ancient Greece
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Origin and Etymology of chytra
borrowed from Greek chýtra, from chy- (zero-grade stem of chéō, cheîn “to pour,” going back to Indo-European *ǵheu̯-) + -trā, suffix of instruments — more at 6found
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