Definitions

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  • n. guava

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Same as guava. Also guayava.

Etymologies

From Spanish guayaba, from Arawak guayabo ("guava tree"). (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Agua de guayaba is a bit more full-bodied than the others, more like a fruit nectar.

    Guava Water: Agua de Guayaba

  • You can also make ate de guayaba, which will use more of your guayabas than the jam.

    Guayaba jelly/mermelada?

  • Might as well have an agua fresca before that ... my favorite is guayaba.

    �me encanta caldo de res!

  • For example, a dessert that includes sheep's milk, spun sugar and guayaba granité is intended to "provoke an ethereal flavor, evoking tenderness and memories of infancy," chef Joan Roca said.

    What's the Next Big Restaurant?

  • Abuelo Arturo still strolled down Avenida Echeverría in his waistcoat and long-chained pocket watch and Abuela Carmen rode around town in a horse-drawn carriage, joining her friends for guayaba pastries on the tiled terrace of La Dominica Hotel.

    ‘A Handbook to Luck’

  • Cuban _jalea de guayaba_ that was not better than any I have had in the

    Cuba, Old and New

  • For dessert there's papaya con queso or casos de guayaba con queso (papaya chunks or guava shells with cheese) and vanilla flan, and the beverage menu includes a dozen flavors of Goya juice.

    Chicago Reader

  • Henry Louis Gomez: ccuesta, You can make your own pastelitos de guayaba using Marta's really simple recipe ....

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