- Latin cicer ("chickpea"), from Hebrew kikkar "a round mass" (Wiktionary)
“Sweet Steamed Dumplings (Kolukattai) (Chana Dal – split skinless Desi chickpeas - Cicer arietinum) 11.”
“Indian Bread with Bean-Asafoetida Stuffing (Hing er Kochuri) (Urad Dal – split black gram - Vigna mungo and Chana Dal – split skinless Desi chickpeas - Cicer arietinum) 13.”
“Bitter Gourd with Pigeon Pea-Tamarind Sauce (Pahakai Pitlai Kozhumbu) (Toor Dal – split pigeon peas - Cajanus cajan, Chana Dal – split skinless Desi chickpeas - Cicer arietinum, and Urad Dal – split black gram – Vigna mungo) 7.”
“Spicy “Gunpowder” Seasoning (Molaha Pudi) (Urad Dal – split black gram - Vigna mungo and Chana Dal – split skinless Desi chickpeas - Cicer arietinum)”
“Oven-Baked Rice with Chickpeas, Pork, and Morcilla (Arroz al Horno) (Chickpeas - Cicer arietinum) 4.”
“The spectrum of pulses represented by pea and bitter vetch in the previous excavation seasons was enlarged by chick pea (Cicer arietinum).”
“Chícharo (Corrupted Latin: Arabo-Romance Spanish Dialect Mozarabic) _Cicer arietinum_ (Modern day binomial scientific name of the Chick pea or garbanzo bean)”
“For the Latins call a vetch Cicer, and a nick or dent at the tip of his nose, which resembled the opening in a vetch, gave him the surname of”
“The finds of chickpea (Cicer arietinum) are still too scarce to say whether the plant was cultivated or not, but it seems very likely that it was.”
“Cicer arietinum (chick pea, garbansos) 115-125 days growth period can tolerate shade but for high yields bright sunshine is required drought-tolerant can be grown on a wide range of soil types provided the drainage is good.”
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