Origin of coriander
Examples from the Web for coriander
Gose is athousand-year-old style of German malted wheat beer brewed with coriander and salt.
Blue Moon has some really nice orange zest and coriander flavors that finish with a wonderful smoothness.
This simple recipe for asparagus with ginger, garlic, coriander, and fenugreek hits the perfect note.
Jeffrey and Naomi's simple recipe with ginger, garlic, coriander, and fenugreek hits the perfect note.
For roundworms he recommended especially a decoction of artemisia maritima, coriander seeds, and decoctions of thyme.Old-Time Makers of Medicine|James J. Walsh
The Coriander, being an annual, yields its crop the first season.The Field and Garden Vegetables of America|Fearing Burr
You have oaten cakes baked some months before; or bread with anise-seed and coriander in it, or perhaps a little pine bark.Henry Wadsworth Longfellow|Thomas Wentworth Higginson
On that leaden water, with the little cruel breakers like coriander seeds?Hypolympia|Edmund Gosse
The Coriander has become naturalised in parts of England, but is more used on the Continent.Cakes & Ale|Edward Spencer
British Dictionary definitions for coriander
Word Origin for coriander
Word Origin and History for coriander
late 14c., from Old French coriandre (14c.), from Latin coriandrum, from Greek koriannon, apparently a non-Indo-European word.