aludel /ˈaljʊdɛl/

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a pear-shaped earthenware or glass pot, open at both ends to enable a series to be fitted one above another, formerly used in sublimation and other chemical processes.
– origin late Middle English: from Old French alutel, via Spanish from Arabic al-‘uṯāl ‘the sublimation vessel’.

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