Coriander (noun)

  1. A herb of the parsley family, the leaves and seeds of which are used as a spice and flavoring in cooking.
  2. The plant that produces coriander leaves and seeds.

Origin:

From the old french word "coriandre" which is derived from the greek word "koriannon".

Examples:

  1. She sprinkled some coriander on her dish to give it a fresh and aromatic touch.
  2. Coriander is a versatile herb that can be used in many dishes such as curries, soups and stews.
  3. Coriander seeds are often used in pickling and canning.
  4. The coriander plant is easy to grow and can be grown in pots or in a garden.
  5. Coriander leaves are rich in Vitamin C and minerals and are sometimes used in medicinal remedies.
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