Definition of Anatto. Meaning of Anatto. Synonyms of Anatto

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Definition of Anatto

Anatto
Anatto A*nat"to, n. Same as Annotto.
Anatto
Annotto An*not"to, Arnotto Ar*not"to, n. [Perh. the native name.] A red or yellowish-red dyeing material, prepared from the pulp surrounding the seeds of a tree (Bixa orellana) belonging to the tropical regions of America. It is used for coloring cheese, butter, etc. [Written also Anatto, Anatta, Annatto, Annotta, etc.]

Meaning of Anatto from wikipedia

- Annatto (/əˈnætoʊ/ or /əˈnɑːtoʊ/) is an orange-red condiment and food coloring derived from the seeds of the achiote tree (Bixa orellana) native to tropical...
- (locally known as "cherry") Ackee All****e (locally known as "pimento") Anatto Avocado (locally known as "pear") Banana Black pepper Boniato (locally known...
- eggs. Filipino paelya also does not use saffron, but instead use achuete (anatto), luyang dilaw, (turmeric), or kasubha (safflower). Paelya is a general...
- be used, and are often colored red traditionally through the use of the anatto seed but also artificial food coloring. Filipino soups tend to be very hearty...
- plants high in tocotrienols includes rice, wheat, barley, rye and oat. In anatto, tocotrienols are relatively abundant (only delta- and gamma-tocotrienol...
- sugar, citrus, pimento, cocoa, coconuts, coffee, vegetables, breadfruit and anatto. Pastoralism is also practised. In recent years, however, agriculture has...
- Gloss *mahto [mahtɔ] [maatɔ] fire *tuhka [tu(h)ha] [tuuka] Brazil nut *pihpə [pi(h)ɸə] [piipə] skin *wɨhse [ʋɨ(h)s̠e]~[ʋɨːs̠e]~[ʋɨs̠s̠e] [ʋɨɨs̠e] anatto...
- 45 men. She had been sailing from Cayenne to Bordeaux with a cargo of "anatto, dye wood, elephants teeth, etc." and a number of deported priests, who...
- 45 men. She had been sailing from Cayenne to Bordeaux with a cargo of "anatto, dye wood, elephants teeth, etc." and a number of deported priests, who...
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