brinjal

n. (in India and Africa) an aubergine.
Etymology: ult. Port. berinjela formed as AUBERGINE

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  • brinjal — UK [ˈbrɪndʒəl] / US noun [countable/uncountable] Word forms brinjal : singular brinjal plural brinjals Indian English an aubergine …   English dictionary

  • brinjal — Inglish (Indian English) Dictionary Eggplant; Brinjal is the Indian English+B79 word for Eggplant (Hindi word is Baingan) …   English dialects glossary

  • brinjal — noun An aubergine or eggplant. See Also: brown jolly …   Wiktionary

  • brinjal — n. (term used in South Africa and India) eggplant (both the plant and the fruit) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • brinjal — [ brɪndʒɔ:l, dʒɒl] noun Indian & S. African an aubergine. Origin based on Port. berinjela, from Arab. al bāḏinjān (see aubergine) …   English new terms dictionary

  • brinjal — brin·jal …   English syllables

  • brinjal — /ˈbrɪndʒəl/ (say brinjuhl) noun Asian English → eggplant. {Portuguese bringella, from Arabic (al )bādhinjān, ultimately from Sanskrit vātin gāna} …   Australian English dictionary

  • brinjal —   n. fruit of egg plant; aubergine …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • brinjal eggplant — paprastasis baklažanas statusas T sritis vardynas apibrėžtis Bulvinių šeimos daržovinis, vaistinis nuodingas kultūrinis augalas (Solanum melongena), kilęs iš Azijos. atitikmenys: lot. Solanum melongena angl. aubergine; brinjal eggplant; brinjall; …   Lithuanian dictionary (lietuvių žodynas)

  • Eggplant — Aubergine and Melongene redirect here. For the color, see Eggplant (color). Eggplant / Aubergine / Melongene / Brinjal Scientific classification Kingdom …   Wikipedia

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