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pimento

noun pi·men·to \pə-ˈmen-(ˌ)tō\
plural pi·men·tos or pi·men·to

Definition of PIMENTO

1
:  allspice
2
:  pimiento 1

Origin of PIMENTO

Spanish pimienta allspice, pepper, from Late Latin pigmenta, plural of pigmentum plant juice, from Latin, pigment
First Known Use: 1660

pimento

noun pi·men·to \pə-ˈment-(ˌ)ō\   (Medical Dictionary)
plural pimentos or pimento

Medical Definition of PIMENTO

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