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Du moyen anglais gingere.

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Ginger (1)

ginger \ˈdʒɪn.dʒə\

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ginger
\ˈdʒɪn.dʒə\
gingers
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  1. (Cuisine) Gingembre.
    • Ginger is any plant of a genus (Zingiber, especially Zingiber officinale) of tropical Asiatic and Polynesian herbs of a family (Zingiberaceae, the ginger family) with pungent aromatic rhizomes used as a condiment and as a stimulant and acarminative. Ginger is too the rhizome of this plant used as a spice either as it is or in dried powdered form.
  2. (Familier) Rouquin.
    • A ginger is a person with reddish-brown hair.

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ginger

  1. Roux , rousse.

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