añu

or a·nu, an·yu

[ah-nyoo]
noun
  1. a twining herb, Tropaeolum tuberosum, of the nasturtium family, found in the Andes, having edible tubers and large flowers with yellow petals and red spurs.
  2. the tuber of this plant.

Origin of añu

From Quechua
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British Dictionary definitions for añu

Anu

noun
  1. Babylonian myth the sky god

ANU

abbreviation for
  1. Australian National University
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