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fenugreek

noun fenu·greek \ˈfen-yə-ˌgrēk\

Definition of FENUGREEK

:  a leguminous annual Eurasian herb (Trigonella foenum-graecum) with aromatic seeds; also :  its seeds
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Origin of FENUGREEK

Middle English fenugrek, from Anglo-French fenugrec, from Latin fenum Graecum, literally, Greek hay
First Known Use: 14th century
Medical Dictionary

fenugreek

noun fenu·greek

Medical Definition of FENUGREEK

:  a leguminous annual Asian herb (Trigonella foenumgraecum) with aromatic seeds used in making curry, imitation vanilla flavoring, and some veterinary medicines

Variants of FENUGREEK

fenu·greek also foenu·greek \ˈfen-yə-ˌgrēk\

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