curry
I. transitive verb (curried; currying) Etymology: Middle English currayen, from Anglo-French cunreier, correier to prepare, curry, from Vulgar Latin *conredare, from Latin com- + a base of Germanic origin; akin to Gothic garaiths arrayed — more at ready Date: 13th century 1. to clean the coat of (as a horse) with a currycomb 2. to treat (tanned leather) especially by incorporating oil or grease 3. beat, thrashcurrier noun II. noun also currie (plural curries) Etymology: Tamil kaṟi (or a cognate word in a Dravidian language) Date: 1681 1. a food, dish, or sauce in Indian cuisine seasoned with a mixture of pungent spices; also a food or dish seasoned with curry powder 2. curry powder III. transitive verb (curried; currying) Date: 1839 to flavor or cook with curry powder or a curry sauce

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