How Do You Spell TAMARIND?

Correct spelling for the English word "tamarind" is [t_ˈa_m_ə_ɹ_ˌɪ_n_d], [tˈaməɹˌɪnd], [tˈaməɹˌɪnd]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

Common Misspellings for TAMARIND

Below is the list of 17 misspellings for the word "tamarind".

Similar spelling words for TAMARIND

Plural form of TAMARIND is TAMARINDS

Definition of TAMARIND

  1. [Arabic= Indian date.] A tree of the Leguminosae(Tamarindus indica) of the East Indies. The preserved seed-pods or T’s(Tamarindus, U. S., B. P., Pulpa tamarindorum cruda and depurate, G. P.) are laxative and furnish a cooling drink; used in fevers, etc. Dose, ad libitum.

Anagrams of TAMARIND

Usage Examples for TAMARIND

  1. The tamarind, most majestic and beautiful, yields a red wood curiously mottled with black spots, and when polished gives a glass- like surface, but it is too valuable as a fruit- bearer to be freely used for manufacturing purposes or for timber in building. - "The Pearl of India" by Maturin M. Ballou
  2. The green lanes, with their hedges of scarlet hybiscus overhung by the feathery foliage of tamarind and bamboo, wind along the shore, and penetrate into the depths of the hills. - "Through the Malay Archipelago" by Emily Richings