What is another word for taro?

Pronunciation: [tˈaɹə͡ʊ] (IPA)

Taro is a starchy root vegetable that has been a staple food in many cultures for centuries. It is also known by different names in different parts of the world. The most common synonym for taro is "eddoe", which is used in Jamaica and the Caribbean. In South East Asia and India, it is known as "arvi" or "arbi". In Hawaii, it is called "kalo" and is an important ingredient in traditional dishes like poi. Other synonyms for taro include "yautia" in Puerto Rico, "dasheen" in Trinidad and Tobago, and "colocasia" in the Western world. Taro is a versatile vegetable that can be boiled, fried, or baked and used in a variety of sweet and savory dishes.

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Usage examples for Taro

taro accepted at once, and the combat was joined.
"Peeps at Many Lands: Japan"
John Finnemore
taro tried to work his kite away, but in vain.
"Peeps at Many Lands: Japan"
John Finnemore
Nothing now remained to taro but to take his beating like a Japanese and a gentleman.
"Peeps at Many Lands: Japan"
John Finnemore

Related words: taro leaf, taro root, taro shop, taro pudding

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