Recent Examples of aubergine from the Web
Inspired by an aubergine salad at London’s Ottolenghi takeaway, these terrines serve a crowd with all the sweet, salty, smooth and textural delights of the original.
Or, in the case of Sander Lak at Sies Marjan, the many fluttery bits that dangled, flapped, ruffled and wobbled in his painterly procession of aubergine, peach, mint green and fluorescent pink.
Chair fabric by Boeme Design sparked the rich color palette, a medley of aubergines, reds and bordeaux.
This palette sports nine gorgeous autumnal colors ranging from shimmery ethereal champagne to deep aubergine.
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Origin and Etymology of aubergine
French, from Catalan albergínia, from Arabic al-bādhinjān the eggplant, ultimately from Middle Indo-Aryan *vātiñjaṇa-, vātiṅgaṇa-
First Known Use: 1775See Words from the same year
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