- lentiform nucleus,
- lentil cut,
Origin of lentil
Examples from the Web for lentil
Tonight's dinner--lentil soup with ham--went in the slow cooker before work this morning.
We have a rotating list of soups that we serve at François Payard Bakery, but my current favorite is the lentil.
Depending upon how much lamb is included, the stew can be lentil with lamb or lamb with lentils.What to Eat: One-Pot Meals for a Busy Holiday Season|Cookstr.com|December 15, 2009|DAILY BEAST
Lentil and Feta Cheese Salad by Nava Atlas and Fran Bigelow A few bites to transport you to the Mediterranean.
Dried peas, lima beans, soy beans and lentil soup may be prepared in the same manner.Mrs. Wilson's Cook Book|Mary A. Wilson
Another species of lentil, Ervum monanthos, is grown in France about Orleans and elsewhere under the name of jarosse and jarande.
A plentiful dinner of lentil soup and bread costs only about ten cents.Twenty-Five Cent Dinners for Families of Six|Juliet Corson
Originally it must have been either gravel and mongo, or else mongo and some other kind of lentil nearly resembling it in size.Filipino Popular Tales|Dean S. Fansler
A third day it would be pea, bean, or lentil soup, with bread and pemmican.Farthest North|Fridtjof Nansen
Word Origin for lentil
mid-13c., from Old French lentille "lentil," also "freckle," from Latin lenticula, diminutive of Latin lens (genitive lentis) "lentil," cognate with Greek lathyros, German linse, Old Church Slavonic lęšta.