guacamole

[gwah-kuh-moh-lee; Spanish gwah-kah-maw-le]
noun Mexican Cookery.
a dip of mashed avocado mixed with tomato, onion, and seasonings.

Origin:
1915–20; < Mexican Spanish < Nahuatl āhuacamōlli literally, avocado sauce; see avocado, mole6

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guacamole or guachamole (ˌɡwɑːkəˈməʊlɪ)
 
n
1.  a spread of mashed avocado, tomato pulp, mayonnaise, and seasoning
2.  any of various Mexican or South American salads containing avocado
 
[from American Spanish, from Nahuatl ahuacamolli, from ahuacatl avocado + molli sauce]
 
guachamole or guachamole
 
n
 
[from American Spanish, from Nahuatl ahuacamolli, from ahuacatl avocado + molli sauce]

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guacamole
1920, from Amer.Sp. guacamole, from Nahuatl ahuaca-molli, from ahuacatl "avocado" + molli "sauce."
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