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| ||kobbari turumu (కొబ్బరి తురుము) (today's sample record)|
Description: Dessicated coconut. Desiccated coconut is coconut flesh which is finely grated, shredded or flaked and then dried, truly dessicated.
|Fresh coconuts at Strawberry Fair in Cambridge||
Pronounced: kobbari tu-ru-mu
Latin: Cocos nucifera
Ethnicity: Indian Subcontinent
Most frequent country: India
Most frequent region: Andhra Pradesh
Better known as: nariyal
Also known as: coprel, dab, kayi, khopre, kobari, kobbarikayi, koprel, mar, nadiya, nall, naral, naried, narikel, narikela, nariyal ka tel, narkel, narlu, pol, polgaha, shrifal, temkaaya, tenga, tenkayilu, tenna, thenga, thengai, thengai ennai, thengai thuruval, thenginkai, thengu, thenkayilu
See foods and dishes: ilaneer, kalpavriksha, mit kiri, nariyal ka tel