Zedoary

Zed'o·a·ry noun [ French zédoaire , Late Latin zedoaria ; confer Italian zedoaria , zettovario , Portuguese zedoaria , Spanish zedoaria , cedoaria ; all from Arabic & Persian zedw...r .] (Medicine) A medicinal substance obtained in t...
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zedoary

<medicine> A medicinal substance obtained in the East Indies, having a fragrant smell, and a warm, bitter, aromatic taste. It is used in medicine as a stimulant. ... It is the rhizome of different species of Curcuma, especially. C. Zedoaria, and comes in short, firm pieces, externally of a wrinkled gray, ash-coloured appearance, but within of...
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Zedoary

• (n.) A medicinal substance obtained in the East Indies, having a fragrant smell, and a warm, bitter, aromatic taste. It is used in medicine as a stimulant.
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Zedoary

Zedoary is a condiment made from the dried rhizome of the tropical Asian plant Curcuma zedoaria.
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zedoary

zedoary (zed'ōer"ē) , name for a perennial herb (Curcuma zedoaria) of the Zingiberaceae (ginger family) and for a spice consisting of its dried and pulverized aromatic rhizome. The plant, related to turmeric and to the East Indian arrowroot, is native to and principally cultivate...
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zedoary

aromatic root resembling ginger
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