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Definition of the noun aguacate

What does aguacate mean as a name of something?

noun - plural: aguacates

  1. a pear-shaped tropical fruit with green or blackish skin and rich yellowish pulp enclosing a single large seed

Place

Aguacate is a village in Toledo District, Belize. Most of the inhabitants of the village speak Q’eqchi’, a Mayan language.

Music

"Aguacate" is a musical album of Ra.

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Google previewA Birder’s West Indies (2010)

An Island-by-Island Tour by Roland H. Wauer

Aguacate is an army camp that consists of a single headquarters building and a dozen or so small barracks. The Haitian border is nearby, and the camp serves as a control point for emigration into Dominican Republic. We stopped there briefly ...

Google previewHolidays of the World Cookbook for Students (2011)

Updated and Revised by Lois Sinaiko Webb, Lindsay Grace Roten

Crema de Aguacate (Sweet Whipped Avocado) Crema de aguacate is an easy-to -make and attractive dessert served in its own shell. Yield: serves 4 2 large, ripe avocados 1⁄2 cup confectioners' sugar 2 tablespoons lime juice 4 maraschino ...

Google previewSecrets of Colombian Cooking (2004)

by Patricia McCausland-Gallo

Aji de Aguacate is a delicious salsa to serve as a dip for crackers. lt is mostly served at family and weekend gatherings in the Andean zones of Colombia. You can prepare it up tp twelve hours ahead of time, keeping the pit in the mixture to ...

Google previewCartagena & Caribbean Coast Footprint Focus Guide (2013)

by Ben Box

Aguacate is a beautiful bay with clear, aquamarine water and a small beach. There is a rocky promontory with a blowhole and what locals call 'La Piscina', a natural jacuzzi amongst the rocks which you can lower yourself into using a rope.

Google previewColombia (2009)

by Jens Porup, Kevin Raub, Robert Reid

El Aguacate is the most remote burial site, but has the best views. From Alto de San Andres it's a 11⁄2-hour walk, then downhill another 11⁄2 hours to the museum. There are a few dozen tombs, but most have been destroyed by guaqueros ...

Google previewCRC World Dictionary of Plant Nmaes (1999)

Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology by Umberto Quattrocchi

avocado French: avocatier Congo: saboka Latin America: aguacate, palta Peru : abacasi, abocate, acapa, aguacate, ahuacate, ahuacatl, apacha, avocado acapa, cai, huira palta, huira palto, parte, palta, palta moena, palto, paltai, palltay, ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Costa Rica (1991)

by Theodore S. Creedman

AGUACATE. See: MONTE DE AGUACATE. AGUARDIENTE. Any distilled liquor, but particularly aniseed- flavored rum from sugarcane. Its sale was made a government monopoly (the *estanco) in 1783. [L.H.] See also: LIQUOR. AGUERDO ...

Google previewCRC World Dictionary of Medicinal and Poisonous Plants (2012)

Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology (5 Volume Set) by Umberto Quattrocchi

in English: alligator pear, avocado, avocado pear in South America: abacasi, abacate, abacate-creme vegetal, abacateiro, abocate, acapa, aguacate, ahuacate, ahuacatl, apacha, aswe, avocado acapa, caí, huira palta, huira palto, ju, ...

Google previewThe Encyclopaedia Britannica (1894)

A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General Literature

Between the northern and southern masses lie the broad table-lands of San Jose5 and Cartago, marked out on the Pacific side by the ridges called the Cerro del Aguacate and Cerro de Candelaria, and towards the Atlantic by the Cerro Mateo ...

Google previewThe new Werner twentieth century edition of the Encyclopaedia Britannica (1907)

a standard work of reference in art, literature, science, history, geography, commerce, biography, discovery and invention

Between the northern and southern masses lie the broad table-lands of San Jose ' and Cartago, marked out on the Pacific side by the ridges called the Cerro del Aguacate and Cerro de Candelaria, and towards the Atlantic by the Cerro Mateo.

Google previewThe Encyclopaedia Brittanica (1877)

A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and General Literature

Between the northern and southern masses lie the broad table-lands of San José and Cartago, marked out on the Pacific side by the ridges called the Cerrodel Aguacate and Cerro de Candelaria, and towards the Atlantic by the Ccrro Mateo.

Google previewLittle Oxford Dictionary of Word Origins (2014)

by Julia Cresswell

The 16th century Spanish conquerors of Central America converted ahuacatl to aguacate, then to avocado, Spanish for 'lawyer' (related to English advocate). Avocado entered English in 122 Fruit apricot avocado.

Google previewFood and Drink in American History (2013)

A "Full Course" Encyclopedia by Andrew F. Smith

Aguacate, or Alligator Pear. So much has been written about this that only a word seems to be necessary here. When the custard-like pulp is beaten up with egg, oil, vinegar, and spices, it makes a most delicious salad, and when sliced seems ...

Google previewThe Wizard of Food's Encyclopedia of Kitchen & Cooking Secrets (2010)

by Myles H. Bader

The name avocado is derived from the Spanish word aguacate, which was derived from the word ahuacati, meaning testicle.

Google previewA Sinhalese-English Dictionary (1892)

by Benjamin Clough

среды aguacate.) ...

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Scrabble value of A1G2U1A1C3A1T1E1

The value of this 8-letter word is 11 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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