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Gherkin vs. Piccalilli

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Gherkinnoun

A small cucumber, often pickled whole.

Piccalillinoun

(British) A yellow pickle relish made from cauliflower, vegetable marrow, and other vegetables, pickled with vinegar, salt, sugar, and spiced with mustard, turmeric, and other spices.

Gherkinnoun

(slang) The penis.

Piccalillinoun

(US) A pickle, typically on a base of chopped green (unripe) tomatoes, but sometimes finely-chopped gherkins, and possibly including other vegetables.

Gherkinnoun

A kind of small, prickly cucumber, much used for pickles.

Piccalillinoun

A pickle of various vegetables with pungent species, - originally made in the East Indies.

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Gherkinnoun

See Sea gherkin.

Piccalillinoun

relish of chopped pickled cucumbers and green peppers and onion

Gherkinnoun

any of various small cucumbers pickled whole

Piccalillinoun

a pickle of chopped vegetables, mustard, and hot spices

‘chutneys, piccalillies, and relishes’; ‘sixteen pints of mustard piccalilli’;

Gherkinnoun

small prickly cucumber

Piccalilli

Piccalilli, or mustard pickle, is a British interpretation of South Asian pickles, a relish of chopped and pickled vegetables and spices. Regional recipes vary considerably.

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Gherkinnoun

the small green fruit of a plant related to the cucumber, used for pickling.

Gherkinnoun

the trailing plant that bears gherkins.

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