Origin: Middle English from Middle French lut from Old French leüt from ProvenÃ§al läut from Arabic alʼūd, literally , the wood
Origin: OFr lut from Classical Latin lutum, mud, clay from Indo-European base an unverified form leu-, dirt from source Glassical Greek lyma, filth, Old Irish loth, dirt
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Origin: Middle English, from Old French lut, from Old Provençal laut, from Arabic al-‘ūd : al-, the + ‘ūd, wood, branch, stem, lute.
Origin: Middle English, from Old French lut, from Latin lutum, potter's clay.