the nutlike gametophytes inside the seeds of a ginkgo fruit, used in Asian cuisine
The white shells and thin outer skins of gingko nuts are removed before cooking; canned nuts are shelled, skinned and parboiled.
[jin] /dʒɪn/ noun, Slang. 1. a bar or saloon, especially a cheap or disreputable one. noun phrase A saloon; barroom; tavern: There still are some boobs, alas, who’d like the old-time gin-mill back/ In some gin mill where they know the bartender [1860+; certainly influenced by gin mill, ”cotton mill where a cotton gin is […]
[gingk] /gɪŋk/ noun, Slang: Sometimes Disparaging and Offensive. 1. a person; fellow. /ɡɪŋk/ noun 1. (slang) a man or boy, esp one considered to be odd /ɡɪŋk/ noun (NZ, informal) 1. a look, especially a brief one, at somethinɡ noun [1908+; origin unknown; perhaps somehow fr Turkish, ”catamite, punk,” found in early 1800s sources, both […]
[jind] /dʒɪnd/ adjective, Slang. 1. drunk; intoxicated; inebriated. [jin] /dʒɪn/ noun 1. . 2. a trap or snare for game. 3. any of various machines employing simple tackle or windlass mechanisms for hoisting. 4. a stationary prime mover having a drive shaft rotated by horizontal beams pulled by horses walking in a circle. verb (used […]
/ˈɡɪnəl; ˈdʒɪn-/ noun 1. (Northern English, dialect) a narrow passageway between buildings