EDDO


EDDO
EDDO
nomen viri, Esdr. c. 8. v. 17. Lat. vapor, vel. nubes, aut interitus eius.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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  • eddo — [ed′ō] n. pl. eddoes [prob. < native name in W Afr] the edible corm of the taro …   English World dictionary

  • Eddo — Colocasia esculenta Taro …   Wikipédia en Français

  • eddo — valgomoji kolokazija statusas T sritis vardynas apibrėžtis Aroninių šeimos daržovinis, dekoratyvinis, krakmolinis, maistinis, pašarinis, vaistinis nuodingas augalas (Colocasia esculenta), kilęs iš atogrąžų Azijos. atitikmenys: lot. Arum… …   Lithuanian dictionary (lietuvių žodynas)

  • eddo — /ed oh/, n., pl. eddoes. the edible root of the taro or of any of several related plants. [1765 75; < one or more WAfr languages; cf. Igbo édè, Fante edwó(w) yam] * * * …   Universalium

  • eddo — noun a) a plant, a variety of taro, having edible starchy tubers b) the tubers of this plant …   Wiktionary

  • eddo — [ ɛdəʊ] noun (plural eddoes) a taro corm or plant of a West Indian variety with many edible cormlets. Origin C17: of W. Afr. origin …   English new terms dictionary

  • eddo — ed·do …   English syllables

  • eddo — ed•do [[t]ˈɛd oʊ[/t]] n. pl. does pln coo the edible root of the taro • Etymology: 1765–75; < one or more West African languages …   From formal English to slang

  • eddo — /ˈɛdoʊ/ (say edoh) noun (plural eddoes /ˈɛdoʊz/ (say edohz)) the edible root of the taro, or of any of several related plants; dasheen. {? Igbo edè} …   Australian English dictionary

  • eddo — n. (pl. oes) = TARO. Etymology: Afr. word …   Useful english dictionary


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