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An ancient cave woman making a flame, by rotating a stick into a piece of bark, wood crevice, or equivalent dry material, which makes "friction", which makes heat, which eventually ignites the wood and or other dry material, e.g. grass or leaves, placed around the friction spot.

In terms, flame (LH:8), in Greek φλόγα, root letter: phi (φι) (NE:510), from the Egyptian god Ptah (NE:510) and his solar fire drill, is the glowing, light and heat producing, gaseous part of a fire.[1]

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  1. Merriam-Webster Collegiate Dictionary, 2000.

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