Turmeric, the root of a plant called curcuma longa, a native of the East Indies, used as a yellow dye.
Turmeric is the underground stem of the curcuma tinctoria, the coloring principle being called curcumin.
The designer of the uniform must have had an interest in a curcuma plantation, or else he was a fanatical Orangeman.
Other changes of vegetables from climate or other causes are remarked in the note on curcuma in the same work.
Titanite: Ammonium nitrate, trinitrotoluene, curcuma charcoal.
Mix the sugar with the tincture of curcuma and the spirit of lemon and permit the alcohol to evaporate.
Turmeric is the underground stem or tuber of curcuma tinctoria, a plant growing abundantly in the East Indies.
Then add the spirit of lemon and the tincture of curcuma, and permit the alcohol to evaporate and the powder to dry completely.
Other changes of vegetables from climate, or other causes, are remarked in the Note on curcuma in the same work.
curcuma starch; from the tubers of the curcuma angustifolia or narrow-leaved turmeric.