Anise ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Anise ( noun )

A Mediterranean plant with feathery leaves and white or yellow flowers, whose seeds and oil are used to flavor food and drink, particularly in Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine.

Origin:

Anise is derived from the latin word "anisum" which comes from the greek word "anison" meaning "anise plant". it refers to a mediterranean plant with feathery leaves and white or yellow flowers, whose seeds and oil are used to flavor food and drink, particularly in mediterranean and middle eastern cuisine.

Examples:

  1. Anise is a key ingredient in the traditional Greek liquor, ouzo.
  2. Anise is often used to flavor cakes, cookies and other sweet treats.
  3. Anise is added to coffee and tea to give a licorice-like flavor.
  4. Anise is used to flavor various meat dishes.
  5. Anise is used in the production of Absinthe.

(As a verb)

Anise ( verb )

A Mediterranean plant with feathery leaves and white or yellow flowers, whose seeds and oil are used to flavor food and drink, particularly in Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine.

Origin:

Anise is derived from the latin word "anisum" which comes from the greek word "anison" meaning "anise plant". it refers to a mediterranean plant with feathery leaves and white or yellow flowers, whose seeds and oil are used to flavor food and drink, particularly in mediterranean and middle eastern cuisine.

Examples:

  1. Anise is a key ingredient in the traditional Greek liquor, ouzo.
  2. Anise is often used to flavor cakes, cookies and other sweet treats.
  3. Anise is added to coffee and tea to give a licorice-like flavor.
  4. Anise is used to flavor various meat dishes.
  5. Anise is used in the production of Absinthe.
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