- card vote,
- cardamom hills,
- cardan joint,
Origin of cardamom
Examples from the Web for cardamom
RHUBY is a heady blend of rhubarb, beets, carrots, and cardamom.Art in the Age: Ex-Ad Man Steven Grasse’s Wonderfully Weird Spirits|Jace Lacob|August 4, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Eaten all over India, kulfi comes in such flavors as pistachio, cardamom, mango, and saffron.
Bruise the cardamom pods with the back of a knife to release the seeds, and add to the pan, giving a stir as you do so.
It is offered with areca-nut, cloves, cardamom and lime rolled up in a quid to the guests at all social functions.
The natives spread over the leaf a little slaked-lime, and place at one end a small piece of areca-nut and cardamom.Old Jack|W.H.G. Kingston
Today the menu included brown rice, a new selection of vegetables, and cardamom seeds.Autobiography of a YOGI|Paramhansa Yogananda
Columbian spirits, caramel, cinnamon and cardamom, and a touch of the buchu.The Clarion|Samuel Hopkins Adams
Amomum, a genus of plants, such as the cardamom and grains of paradise, remarkable for their pungency and aromatic properties.The Nuttall Encyclopaedia|Edited by Rev. James Wood
cardamum cardamon (ˈkɑːdəmən)
Word Origin for cardamom
1550s, from French cardamome, from Latin cardamomum, from Greek kardamomon, from kardamon "cress" (of unknown origin) + amomon "spice plant." The word was in English from late 14c. in Latin form.