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Date: 1300-1400
Language: Old French
Origin: almande, from Late Latin amandula, from Greek amygdale

almond

noun
     
almond
Related topics: Food Dish, Plants
al‧mond [countable]
HBPDFF a flat pale nut with brown skin that tastes sweet, or the tree that produces these nuts:
Stir in the ground almonds and egg.

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