orache

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noun or·ache \ˈȯr-ich, ˈär-\
variants: or

orach

Definition of orache

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

Origin and Etymology 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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