sakieh

noun
sak·i·eh | \ˈsakēˌe\
variants: or sakiyeh \-ēˌye \ or sakia \-ēə \
plural -s

Definition of sakieh 

: a waterwheel with buckets attached to its periphery or to an endless rope used especially in Egypt for raising water from wells or pits

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History and Etymology for sakieh

Arabic sāqiyah

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