the edible root of the taro or of any of several related plants.
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How to use eddo in a sentence
eddo took it in his hand and another slave filled it with water from the gourd; the last drop of the water filled it to the brim.
For eddo as she knew well was jealous of her authority over Rachel; jealous too of the love that they bore one to the other.
A bough struck the Umkulu slave who was carrying eddo, and swept off his head, leaving the dwarf unharmed.
These causes eddo and his fellow-priests heard and settled as seemed best to them, nor did any dare to dispute their rulings.
When youth and comeliness fade then wisdom grows, and wisdom is power, eddo, true power.
British Dictionary definitions for eddo
other names for taro
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