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    smudging - das Räuchern

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    to smudge



    to burn incense



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    3. a stifling smoke.
    4. a smoky fire, especially one made for driving away mosquitoes or safeguarding fruit trees from frost.
    verb (used without object), smudged, smudging.
    9. to smolder or smoke; emit smoke, as a smudge pot.

    v.smudged, smudg·ing, smudg·es
    3. To fill (anorchard or an inhabitedarea) with dense smoke from a smudgepot in order to prevent damage from frost or to repel insects.
    3. A smoky fire used to protect against frost or to repel insects.

    "Smudging your home is a powerful way to clear any negative and stagnant energies in order to allow fresh, new energy to come in. It is an ancient ritual practiced in many parts of the world. The most popular way of smudging is the Native American way of burning herbs such as sage, sweetgrass, cedar and other."

    "A smudging ceremony is the ritual of burning plant resins and herbs in a shell or a clay bowl while intentions and prayers are called forth."

    ; räucherte, hat geräuchert; [Vt]
    2. (mit etwas) räuchern Dinge verbrennen,die gut riechen
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    1. Räu•che•rung die; nur Sg

    vt → to smoke
    vi (inf: mit Weihrauch) → to burn incense
    Authorfrogli (19214) 12 Feb 18, 18:49
    smudge (verb)
    (transitive) mainly US and Canadian
    to fill (an area) with smoke in order to drive insects away or guard against frost
    #1AuthorMiMo (236780) 12 Feb 18, 21:04
    smudge (v.)
    a smoky fire" is from 1860, hence smudge-pot (1903). The noun meaning "a stain, spot, smear" is first attested 1768, from the verb.
    #2Authorno me bré (700807) 12 Feb 18, 21:41
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