Definition of Melado. Meaning of Melado. Synonyms of Melado

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Definition of Melado

Melado
Melada Me*la"da, Melado Me*la"do, n. [Sp., prop. p. p. of melar to sugar, candy, fr. L. mel honey. See Molasses.] A mixture of sugar and molasses; crude sugar as it comes from the pans without being drained.

Meaning of Melado from wikipedia

- The Melado is a river of Linares province, Maule Region, of Chile. It rises in the "Cordillera de los Andes" with the name of river Guaiquivilo where it...
- Los Bellotos del Melado National Reserve is a national reserve of Chile. World Database on Protected Areas[permanent dead link]...
- sacrificed are roosters and rams as four legged animals. Cane syrup, called melado in Spanish. Watermelon. Malarrabia, a Cuban dessert. Gofio, flour made from...
- thicker than arequipe and sometimes used as a pastry filling. Mazamorra Melado, a thick syrup derived from panela. Merenguitos, little hardened meringue...
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- (Political Broad Front in Resistance/Democratic Unification Alliance) 6 Weber Melado Granwell PINU (Innovation and Unity Party) 7 Marlen Manister Pamistan PN...
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- Airport) Seville (La AlamedaStatue of Hercules and Julius Caesar) Seville (Melado Peluqueros) Seville (Real Alcázar – Patio de las Doncellas) Seville (Las...
- hydroelectric power station in Maule Region, Chile. The plant uses water from Melado River and produces 500 megawatts (670,000 hp) of electricity. The plant...
- Spanish ship's usual equipment after about 1515, and a type of bowl called melado escudilla (literally, "honey bowl"), which stopped being used after about...
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