Tamarind definitions

tăm'ə-rĭnd'
A tropical evergreen tree (Tamarindus indica) of the pea family, native to Africa and and widely cultivated as an ornamental and for its pods, which contain small seeds embedded in a sticky edible pulp.
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The fruit of this tree.
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Syrup prepared from the pulp of this fruit.
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A tropical leguminous tree (Tamarindus indica) of the caesalpinia family, with yellow flowers and brown pods with an acid pulp.
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Its fruit, used in foods, beverages, etc.
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A tropical tree, Tamarindus indica.
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The fruit of this tree; the pulp is used as spice in Asian cooking and in Worcestershire sauce.
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Origin of tamarind

Middle English from Old French tamarinde from Arabic tamr hindī tamr dates tmr in Semitic roots hindī of India (from Hind India) (from Persian Hindi)