yerba maté

noun
yer·​ba ma·​té | \ ˌyer-bə-ˈmä-ˌtā How to pronounce yerba maté (audio) , ˌyər- How to pronounce yerba maté (audio) \

Definition of yerba maté

: maté

Examples of yerba maté in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Natural, blissful feeling with lion’s mane mushroom, yerba mate, tulsi, cacao and damiana. Amber Love Bond, Forbes, 3 Sep. 2021 Pampas is an adorable neighborhood spot, its brick walls decorated with yerba mate vessels and a very illuminating poster displaying the anatomy of the classic empanada. Soleil Ho, San Francisco Chronicle, 19 July 2021 This serum incorporates 15 percent Triple-C complex and passion and dragon fruit extracts with caffeine from yerba mate and guayusa meant to firm and depuff. Rebecca Rodriguez, NBC News, 14 Apr. 2021 According to Perrier's website, that kick comes from organic green coffee and yerba mate extracts. Coral Murphy Marcos, USA TODAY, 11 Mar. 2021 Hailing from South America, the yerba mate plant has developed a reputation for boosting energy levels and reducing appetite. Norcal Marketing, Chron, 4 Feb. 2021 My favorite tea these days is a mixture of ginger, oshá root, yerba mate, dried chili pequin peppers (not too many) and a touch of raw honey. Howard Garrett, Dallas News, 4 Jan. 2021 Chia seeds mixed with fruit pureé and in squeezable pouches from Mamma Chia are flavored with with yerba mate, kale and prebiotics $5.99 for a 4-pack. Kavita Daswani, Los Angeles Times, 7 Apr. 2020 It’s packed with antioxidants and roughly the same amount of caffeine as yerba mate. Alex Beggs, Bon Appétit, 20 Sep. 2019

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First Known Use of yerba maté

1839, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for yerba maté

American Spanish yerba mate, from yerba herb + mate maté

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The first known use of yerba maté was in 1839

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17 Sep 2021

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“Yerba maté.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/yerba%20mat%C3%A9. Accessed 18 Sep. 2021.

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yerba maté

noun
yer·​ba ma·​té | \ ˌyer-bə-ˈmä-ˌtā, ˌyər- \

Medical Definition of yerba maté

: maté

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