[lem-uh-neyd, lem-uh-neyd] /ˌlɛm əˈneɪd, ˈlɛm əˌneɪd/
a beverage consisting of juice, sweetener, and water, sometimes carbonated.
a drink made from lemon juice, sugar, and water or from carbonated water, citric acid, etc
1660s, from French limonade (17c.); see lemon (n.1) + -ade. Earlier English spelling was lemonado (c.1640) with false Spanish ending.
noun 1. a sumac, Rhus integrifolia, of southern California, having hairy, dark-red fruits used to make a beverage resembling lemonade.
noun 1. See under (def 5). [bahm] /bɑm/ noun 1. any of various oily, fragrant, resinous substances, often of medicinal value, exuding from certain plants, especially tropical trees of the genus Commiphora. 2. a plant or tree yielding such a substance. 3. any aromatic or fragrant ointment. 4. aromatic fragrance; sweet odor: the balm of […]
- Lemon curd
noun a custardlike mixture made from lemon juice, sugar, butter, and egg yolks and used as a filling or spread Usage Note cooking
- Lemon cheese
noun 1. a soft paste made from lemons, sugar, eggs, and butter, used as a spread or filling