from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Caribbean A variety of taro having small purplish tubers.
- n. Caribbean The tuber of this plant.
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- n. a plant, a variety of taro, having edible starchy tubers
- n. the tubers of this plant
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. edible starchy tuberous root of taro plants
Dasheen (also called "eddo") is another "dryland" variety of C. esculenta grown for its edible corms or sometimes just as an ornamental plant.
The cloth-trees and eddo-roots are cultivated with much less trouble than our cabbages and kitchen-herbs.
Chris Lacy: Eddie, I cannot tell you how much respect I have ... eddo: I agree Cody, the problem I have with him is that ...
The gluttony. chirky: Maybe, right now, loving them is the best thing y ... eddo: Cody, Gas is now 2.85 here!!
I think I'm going to make it this weeke ... chirky: Ummmm, you can drop some of that quiche off at my ... eddo: I agree.
You know what I'm addic ... chirky: Where's the part about friends who come to cheer ... eddo: Thanks Leann!
On your point about abstinence, ther ... chirky: Maybe, right now, loving them is the best thing y ... eddo: Cody, Gas is now 2.85 here!!
Not your ... eddo: Haha Jes, you are so funny ... did you show Roger ...
Cody Miller: wow! eddo! that reminds me of a time travis got ... eddie renz: What?
KellyG: awesome you can look at your blessings and have s ... eddo: Thanks Leann!
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