menzola /me̞nzo̞la/, noun: “jug, vase”
Basically any tall, open container, usually used to carry liquids, and/or things in liquids (like flowers). Moten doesn’t seem to make a distinction between vases, which usually have a wide open topside, and jugs, whose opening is usually narrow, and can be considered more on the side of the object rather than on top. For a Moten speaker, those are details and the same word works for both. As usual, context will generally disambiguate.
Okay, here’s a picture to illustrate (from now on I’ll try to illustrate my posts with pictures):
It’s relevant, the object on it could be considered both a vase or a jug depending on how you look at it! :)
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