Definition of Mandioca. Meaning of Mandioca. Synonyms of Mandioca

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Definition of Mandioca

Mandioca
Mandioc Man"di*oc, Mandioca Man`di*o"ca, n. (Bot.) See Manioc.

Meaning of Mandioca from wikipedia

- silvestris Vell. Jatropha sti****ta Vell. Mandioca aipi (Pohl) Link Mandioca dulcis (J.F.Gmel.) D.Parodi Mandioca utilissima (Pohl) Link Manihot aipi Pohl...
- The c****ava root is known by different names throughout the country: mandioca in the North, Central-West, and São Paulo; macaxeira in the Northeast;...
- phyllacanthus; common names in Portuguese: favela, faveleira, faveleiro, and mandioca-brava) is a species of flowering plant. It is endemic to Brazil. Its distributional...
- by pirão, which is the paste made with c****ava root flour ("farinha de mandioca") and the gravy from the stew. Capixaba pans, specially panelas de barro...
- its own ground. They planted, in a few days, enough tobacco, maize and mandioca for their own consumption [...]. Having at every hut a grove of oranges...
- rock band of the same name, released by Mandioca in 1970. This was the only album of the band issued by Mandioca, the independent label created by producer...
- and appetizers of the local cuisine use corn or c****ava (known there as mandioca) flour instead of wheat, as the latter did not adapt well to the local...
- comida feita da mandioca food made from c****ava patʰιšə farinha de mandioca (mandioca mole) c****ava flour (soft c****ava) pisikʰa mandioca numa bola para...
- producer Jorge Álvarez, who teamed up with Pedro Pujó and created the Mandioca label, which became the first label exclusively dedicated to Argentine...
- acarajé, abará and vatapá. Root vegetables such as manioc (locally known as mandioca, aipim or macaxeira, among other names), yams, and fruit like açaí, cupuaçu...