[hah-luh-peyn-yoh; Spanish hah-lah-pe-nyaw] /ˌhɑ ləˈpeɪn yoʊ; Spanish ˌhɑ lɑˈpɛ nyɔ/
noun, plural jalapeños
[hah-luh-peyn-yohz; Spanish hah-lah-pe-nyaws] /ˌhɑ ləˈpeɪn yoʊz; Spanish ˌhɑ lɑˈpɛ nyɔs/ (Show IPA)
a hot green or orange-red pepper, the fruit of a variety of Capsicum annuum, used especially in Mexican cooking.
/dʒæləˈpiːnəʊ; Spanish xalaˈpenjo/
a very hot type of green chilli pepper, used esp in Mexican cookery Also jalapeño pepper
type of pepper, by 1957, literally “of Jalapa,” from Mexican Spanish Jalapa, place in Mexico, from Aztec Xalapan, literally “sand by the water,” from xalli “sand” + atl “water” + -pan “place.”
[jal-uh-pin, jah-luh-] /ˈdʒæl ə pɪn, ˈdʒɑ lə-/ noun 1. a resin that is one of the purgative principles of jalap.
[jah-lee] /ˈdʒɑ li/ noun 1. (in Indian architecture) decorated and pierced slabs of marble used as a screen.
[hah-lees-kaw] /hɑˈlis kɔ/ noun 1. a state in W Mexico. 31,152 sq. mi. (80,685 sq. km). Capital: Guadalajara. /Spanish xaˈlisko/ noun 1. a state of W Mexico, on the Pacific: crossed by the Sierra Madre; valuable mineral resources. Capital: Guadalajara. Pop: 6 321 278 (2000). Area: 80 137 sq km (30 934 sq miles)
lodger, the last of the four sons of Ezra, of the tribe of Judah (1 Chr. 4:17).