- a variety of large Spanish almond
- a confection consisting of such an almond with a smooth, hard sugar coating, often variously colored
Origin of Jordan almondaltered (by associated, association with the proper name Jordan) from Middle English jardyne almaunde from Old French jardin, garden + Middle English almande, almond: that is , a cultivated almond
- A large variety of almond from Málaga, Spain, used widely in confections.
- An almond with a hard, colored, flavored sugar coating.
Origin of Jordan almondBy folk etymology from Middle English jardin almaund Old French jardin garden ; see jardinière . almande almond ; see almond .