Origin of fenugreek
Examples from the Web for fenugreek
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.
Methi, or Fenugreek, grows at all seasons, except from the 15th of November to the 12th of January.An Account of The Kingdom of Nepal|Fancis Buchanan Hamilton
On the following days other vessels were brought in scented with fenugreek, marjoram, and lily, all of extraordinary fragrancy.
A good tonic powder is: two drams of gentian, two drams of ginger, one-half dram of fenugreek.Riding and Driving|Edward L. Anderson
Ground into flour and mixed with Fenugreek seed, it is baked into bread.The Khedive's Country|George Manville Fenn
The vegetable from which they made wine was not the fenugreek, but the carrot-bean (Prosopis dulcis mimosa).The Conquest of the River Plate (1535-1555)|Ulrich Schmidt
Word Origin for fenugreek
Old English fenograecum, from Latin faenugraecum, literally "Greek hay," from faenum (see fennel) + Graecum. The modern form in English is from Middle French fenugrec.