Definitions for "Nutmeg"
The kernel of the fruit of the nutmeg tree (Myristica fragrans), a native of the Molucca Islands, but cultivated elsewhere in the tropics.
A native of the Spice Islands, nutmeg is the hard, egg-shaped seed of the nutmeg tree. The flavor and smell of nutmeg is warm, spicy and sweet. It is used in baked goods, custards, white sauces, eggnog and on fruits and vegetables.
Nutmeg (Myristica fragrans) This spice was first introduced into Jamaica in 1788 by a Dr. Marter who also introduced clove and black pepper. There are separate ‘maleâ€(tm) and ‘femaleâ€(tm) nutmeg trees and it is the female tree that bears the blossoms that will produce the fruit which is ovoid and creamy yellow. When ripe, the fruit splits, disclosing the nut that comes surrounded by a scarlet, lace-like covering called mace, which is easily removed. Mace is also commercially viable.
Keywords:  opponent, defender, legs, panna, kicks
a move in which the ball handler pushes the ball through the legs of his opponent, making the latter look rather foolish
To push the ball through a defender's legs.
when a player kicks the ball between the legs of the opposing player in front of them to continue their own play.
Keywords:  jaifal
Jaifal. A-Z
The Nutmeg (Discestra trifolii), also known as the Clover Cutworm, is a moth of the family Noctuidae. It is found throughout Europe although in the north of its range it is a summer migrant, not being able to survive the cold winters.
Keywords:  kurkum, boa, turmeric, jose
Jose Boa Turmeric Kurkum
meat loaf, fried chicken, salad dressings, carrots, cauliflower, corn
Good for the digestion and calming. Promote a restful sleep with dreams. Caution: Never use if pregnant or lactating. Not suitable for the elderly, teens or children. Can be toxic in high doses, so use in small amounts.
Keywords:  yew, cousin, dense, less
a less-dense cousin of yew
Keywords:  roan, orange, female, white
an Orange and White Roan Female