any of various spirituous liquors distilled in the East Indies and other parts of the East and Middle East from the fermented sap of toddy palms, or from fermented molasses, rice, or other materials.
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the Russian name for the Aras
a coarse spirit distilled in various Eastern countries from grain, rice, sugar cane, etc
c.1600, probably picked up in India, ultimately from Arabic araq, literally “sweat, juice;” used of native liquors in Eastern countries, especially those distilled from fermented sap of coconut palm, sometimes from rice or molasses.
- Aral sea
an inland sea between Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan, E of the Caspian Sea. 26,166 sq. mi. (67,770 sq. km). Contemporary Examples If the pictures are new, the news of the Aral Sea shrinking is old. The Aral Sea’s Disappearing Act Anna Nemtsova October 3, 2014 Historical Examples The geographical effect would doubtless be the drying up […]
noun trademark a strong epoxy resin best known as a glue
any of various plants of the genus Aralia and related genera, several of which are cultivated as houseplants or have been used medicinally. Historical Examples aralia was only the name of a bit of fossil kind of a stick that Merrifield had us down there to find in the fossil forest. The Long Vacation Charlotte […]
belonging to the Araliaceae, the ginseng family of plants. adjective of, relating to, or belonging to the Araliaceae, a chiefly tropical family of trees, shrubs, or woody climbers having small clusters of whitish or greenish flowers. The family includes the ivy and ginseng