Origin of plantain1
Definition for plantain (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for plantain
It is a simple Puerto Rican cow's milk cheese called queso de hoja and it is wrapped in a plantain leaf.
With a portion of the milk some plantain fruits are made into a pulp, and given to an Udaya, who throws them into a stream.
Here we find the Ostrich, the plantain eaters, the colies and several, other families—nine in all.
The corpse is washed and laid on a plantain leaf, and a new cloth is thrown over it.
It may be found in April and early May suspended from the lower parts of the stems of the plantain or other plants around.The Butterflies of the British Isles|Richard South
Now and then, too, we came upon the great pale-green broad leaves of a banana or plantain, which was a perfect treasure.Bunyip Land|George Manville Fenn