Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The shallot, Allium Ascalonicum.
- n. Another plant of the same genus, A. fistulosum, sometimes called the Welsh onion, a native of Asia, but cultivated in various parts of Europe, its fistulous leaves being used in cooking like those of the shallot.
- n. countable, obsolete A perennial onion plant, Allium fistulosum L., commonly called Welsh Onion.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A perennial alliaceous plant (Allium fistulosum), sometimes called
Welsh onion. Its fistular leaves areused in cookery.
- From French ciboule. (Wiktionary)
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