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or·ache

also or·ach (ôr′ĭch, ŏr′-)
n.
Any of various plants of the genus Atriplex, especially A. hortensis, having edible leaves that taste somewhat like spinach.

[Middle English arage, orach, from Old French arrache, arroche, from Vulgar Latin *atrapica, alteration (influenced by Latin ātriplex, ātriplic-) of Greek atraphaxus, of pre-Greek substrate origin.]
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or•ach

or or•ache

(ˈɔr ətʃ, ˈɒr-)

n.
any plant of the genus Atriplex, esp. A. hortensis, of the goosefoot family, cultivated for use like spinach.
[1350–1400; Middle English orage, arage < Old French arache < Vulgar Latin *atripica, variant of Latin atriplic- (s. of atriplex) « Greek atráphaxys]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.orach - any of various herbaceous plants of the genus Atriplex that thrive in deserts and salt marshesorach - any of various herbaceous plants of the genus Atriplex that thrive in deserts and salt marshes
Atriplex, genus Atriplex - orach; saltbush
Atriplex hortensis, garden orache, mountain spinach - Asiatic plant resembling spinach often used as a potherb; naturalized in Europe and North America
herb, herbaceous plant - a plant lacking a permanent woody stem; many are flowering garden plants or potherbs; some having medicinal properties; some are pests
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Magenta Magic Orach grows quickly early in the year, supplying tender heart-shaped leaves, which are ideal in a salad or delicious cooked.
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A couple of years ago I was in the mood to branch out when I decided to grow red orach. The tall, skinny plants with reddish-purple leaves are a beautiful addition to my vegetable garden as well as producing tasty leaves.
(15.) Orach CG et al., Perceptions, attitude and use of family planning services in post conflict Gulu district, northern Uganda, Conflict and Health, 2015, 9(1):24, http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/s13031-015-0050-9.
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Pick the young tender leaves of orach, salsify and miner's lettuce for a delicious and vitamin-rich spring salad or stir-fry.
(51.) Among examples of the use of the Levitical law in modern mainstream Jewish Orthodox culture, see Moshe Feinstein, Igrot Moshe, Orach Hayyim 4:115 (New York, 1976) and a more recent "Declaration on the Torah Approach to Homosexuality" (http://www.torahdec.org, 2011).
[12.] Olwedo M, Mworozi E, Bachou H and C Orach Factors associated with malnutrition among children in internally displaced person's camps, northern Uganda.
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