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orache

noun or·ache \ˈr-ich, ˈär-\

Definition of ORACHE

:  any of various herbs (genus Atriplex) of the goosefoot family that include some (as A. hortensis) with edible leaves

Variants of ORACHE

or·ache or or·ach \ˈr-ich, ˈär-\
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Origin of ORACHE

Middle English orage, arage, from Anglo-French orasche, arache, from Vulgar Latin *atrapic-, atrapex, from Greek atraphaxys
First Known Use: 14th century

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