wakame
noun Etymology: Japanese Date: 1950 an edible brown seaweed (Undaria pinnatifida) native to Asia

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  • Wakame — gekochte Wakame Wakame (jap. 若布, 和布 oder ワカメ; kor. 미역, miyeok) wird aus der Braunalge Undaria pinnatifida hergestellt. Diese Alge wird neuerdings auch in der …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • wakame — wa·ka·me (wä käʹmĕ) n. A brown seaweed (Undaria pinnatifida) native to the coasts of China, Japan, and Korea, having a short stipe and pinnately divided blades, extensively used in Asian cooking.   [Japanese.] * * * …   Universalium

  • wakame — wa·ka·me …   English syllables

  • wakame — /waˈkami/ (say wah kahmee) noun the kelp Undaria pinnatifida, especially as used in cookery and as a health food product; used in Japanese and other Asian cuisines, especially in soups and salads, sometimes having been dried or salted; thought to …   Australian English dictionary

  • wakame — wäˈkäme noun ( s) Etymology: Japanese : an edible brown seaweed (Undaria pinnatifida) of the order Laminariales that is native to Asia …   Useful english dictionary

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