from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Variant of cola4.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A tree, genus Cola, bearing large brown nuts containing source of cola extract.
- n. A nut of this tree.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- Same as cola, cola nut.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See cola, colanine, cola-nut, cola-red.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. tree bearing large brown nuts containing e.g. caffeine; source of cola extract
- n. a Chadic language spoken south of Lake Chad
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Kola refers to kola nuts, the bitter, slightly stimulating pink nuts that grow throughout the northern region.
The kola nut (Cola nitida), dika nut (Irvingia gabonensis) and njansan (Ricinodendron africanum) all grow in wet forest regions but the kola is the most widely grown; it is widely traded as a bitter chewing stimulant.
Osisikankwu bu Oji that is color that is cola known as kola found in Iroko tree as Okori.
The all-natural cola, with ingredients such as kola nut, lemon juice, licorice and caramel-sugar syrup, will roll out first in Las Vegas in June.
She washed it down with inca kola which is a peruvian soda that tastes like bubble gum or cotton candy.
Because it isn't ... it's made up of two pre-existing words "coca" (the coca leaf, because, true story, it used to have cocaine in it) and "cola" (from the kola nut).
Now, what do they do when mommy and daddy is away ... does Grandma goes soft!! kola
These herbs target specific issues and include licorice and fo-ti (for energy and sleep), gotu kola (for connective tissue), ginkgo biloba (for circulation) and royal jelly (for mental alertness).
TANAGER OF CARAPACE command these maidservants to fulfill duties of the kushti rites we sell fish cassava kola nuts by the roadside give birth to children of soldierrapists in the forests solace solely in dining on old velvet pullets so: we find some aardvarks
I actually thought the first one just looked like some poorly arranged kola nuts.
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