coriander

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Coriander seeds, dried.

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Old French coriandre, from Latin coriandrum, from Ancient Greek κορίαννον (koríannon). Doublet of cilantro.

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coriander (usually uncountable, plural corianders)

  1. The annual herb Coriandrum sativum, used in many cuisines.
  2. The dried fruits thereof, used as a spice.

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  • (Coriandum sativum): cilantro (US, the leaves, when fresh); in other dialects, this, too, like the rest of the plant, is called coriander

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