- cassatt, mary,
- cassegrain telescope,
- cassel brown,
- cassel yellow,
Origin of cassava
Examples from the Web for cassava
A quick turn at a small stand of banana palms and cassava plants led us to a clearing and, then, back centuries.
When a friend had potato greens for lunch, I traded her some of my cassava leaves.
Sometimes the attacks happen on their way to and from the market or their cassava fields.Congo Rape Crisis: Study Reveals Shocking New Numbers|Danielle Shapiro|May 11, 2011|DAILY BEAST
They had in their canoes a bread like cassava, but more delicate, we thought, and in calabashes almost a true wine.1492|Mary Johnston
Cassava, manioca, tapioca, and sago are starchy materials in granular form.Foods and Household Management|Helen Kinne
They raise boniatos and cassava, a little fruit, and keep a few pigs.Pioneering in Cuba|James Meade Adams
This is a most peculiar basket, made solely for the manufacture of cassava flour.Up the Mazaruni for Diamonds|William La Varre
The two varieties of the Cassava afford a very superior fecula, which is imported under the name of Brazilian arrowroot.The Commercial Products of the Vegetable Kingdom|P. L. Simmonds
Word Origin for cassava
1560s, from French cassave, Spanish casabe, or Portuguese cassave, from Taino (Haiti) caçabi. Earlier in English as cazabbi (1550s).