jaggery

[ jag-uh-ree ]
/ ˈdʒæg ə ri /

noun

a coarse, dark sugar, especially that made from the sap of East Indian palm trees.

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Origin of jaggery

1590–1600; <Portuguese (of India) jágara, jagre<Malayalam chakkara<Sanskrit śarkarāsugar

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jaggery

jaggary or jagghery

/ (ˈdʒæɡərɪ) /

noun

a coarse brown sugar made in the East Indies from the sap of the date palm

Word Origin for jaggery

C16: from Hindi jāgrī; compare Sanskrit sárkarā gritty substance, sugar
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