oniony
adjective see onion

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  • oniony — (adj.) 1838, from ONION (Cf. onion) + Y (Cf. y) (2). Related: Onioniness …   Etymology dictionary

  • oniony — ˈənyənē adjective : flavored with or tasting or smelling of onions oniony soup an oniony breath …   Useful english dictionary

  • oniony — onion ► NOUN ▪ an edible bulb used as a vegetable, having a pungent taste and smell and composed of several concentric layers. ● know one s onions Cf. ↑know one s onions DERIVATIVES oniony adjective. ORIGIN Old French oignon, from Latin unio …   English terms dictionary

  • oniony — adjective Resembling an onion or onions, especially in terms of smell …   Wiktionary

  • oniony — adj. has the flavor of onions …   English contemporary dictionary

  • oniony — on·iony …   English syllables

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  • onion — noun Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French oignon, from Latin union , unio Date: 14th century 1. a widely cultivated Asian herb (Allium cepa) of the lily family with pungent edible bulbs; also its bulb 2. any of various plants of the same… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • Twinleaf onion — Taxobox name = Twinleaf Onion image width = 200px regnum = Plantae divisio = Magnoliophyta classis = Liliopsida ordo = Asparagales familia = Alliaceae genus = Allium species = A. anceps binomial = Allium anceps binomial authority = Kellogg Allium …   Wikipedia

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