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tamari

[ tuh-mahr-ee ]
/ təˈmɑr i /
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noun, plural ta·ma·ris.
a rich, naturally fermented soybean sauce containing little or no wheat and thicker than soy sauce.
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Origin of tamari

First recorded in 1930–35; from Japanese: literally, “puddle”; short for tamari shōyu “puddle soy sauce”; see origin at soy
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British Dictionary definitions for tamari

tamari
/ (təˈmɒːrɪ) /

noun
a Japanese variety of soy sauce

Word Origin for tamari

Japanese
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