melada

noun me·la·da \mə̇ˈlädə\

Definition of melada

plural

-s

  1. :  crude cane sugar as it comes mixed with molasses from the boiling of cane juice and prior to refining

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Origin and Etymology of melada

American Spanish, from Spanish, feminine of melado, past participle of melar to boil sugarcane juice into syrup, from miel honey, from Latin mel


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