(ka′lə lo̵̅o̅′, ka′lə lo̵̅o̅′)
- the leaves of the taro, or, sometimes, other plants, cooked and eaten as a vegetable
- a West Indian stew or soup made with this vegetable and, typically, crabmeat, okra, pork, and coconut milk
See callaloo in American Heritage Dictionary 4
- The edible spinachlike leaves of the dasheen.
- A soup or stew made of these leaves or other greens, okra, crabmeat, and seasonings.
Origin: American Spanish calulú, plant of genus Xanthosoma whose leaves are used as greens
Origin: , perhaps from Tupi caárurú, thick leaf