amarant, baxmalrang, to'q qizil rang
Noun(1) seed of amaranth plants used as a native cereal in Central and South America(2) any of various plants of the genus Amaranthus having dense plumes of green or red flowers; often cultivated for food
(1) It is intense ruby in colour, tending towards a lively amaranth .(2) This and a nearby plant were the first seabeach amaranth seen in more than 30 years.(3) Several important crops are members of these families, with amaranth probably one of the most promising unexploited food and fodder crops.(4) For tiny grains like teff and amaranth , use a very fine mesh strainer.(5) The grey and the amaranth show on the surface through the beige.(6) Then the dyed cloth becomes black and shines with amaranth .(7) A rose and an amaranth blossomed side by side in a garden.(8) It is to last and never fade like the amaranth flowers.(9) Garnish with sea urchin, caviar, amaranth and yuzu zest.(10) The amaranthine powder or liquid color is soluble in water.(11) The organization of leaf traces in amaranths is very peculiar.(12) In the amaranthine blackness, there were no days, and there were no years.(13) She returned her gaze to the sunset, washing everything in tones of red and amaranthine .(14) As I'm learning more and more about Judaism, I'm finding that there is an amaranthine well of knowledge for me to uncover.
(1) amaranth :: Amaranth
1. amaranth ::
2. asphodel ::
Different Formsamaranth, amaranths
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