Origin of batata
Words nearby batata
How to use batata in a sentence
When Batata saw me making preparations for departure, he warmly pressed me to stay to breakfast.
I answered that I had been surprised at first, but had ceased to believe that she was a child of Batata's, or of any of his kin.
In some parts of America the Batata, next to maize, forms the principal diet of the poorer classes.
Their food consists principally of batata, besides some gabi (caladium).The Former Philippines thru Foreign Eyes|Toms de Comyn
The bread of the country is made from a root that looks like the batata, the stalk of which is like alder.Original Narratives of Early American History|Vaca and Others