jintan

English translation: cumin / aniseed

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Malay term or phrase:jintan
English translation:cumin / aniseed
Entered by: Ramona Ali

03:12 Apr 11, 2005
Malay to English translations [Non-PRO]
Other / spice
Malay term or phrase: jintan
a kind of spice
siti nuraisyah
cumin / aniseed
Explanation:
jintan hitam = cumin
jintan putih = white cumin
jintan manis = aniseed
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Ramona Ali
Local time: 20:08
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thanks!!
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5 +1cumin / aniseed
Ramona Ali


  

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cumin / aniseed


Explanation:
jintan hitam = cumin
jintan putih = white cumin
jintan manis = aniseed

Ramona Ali
Local time: 20:08
Native speaker of: Native in MalayMalay
Grading comment
thanks!!

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agree  yam2u: except jintan hitam = fennel; jintan putih = cumin [no need for "white" distinction.
1 hr
  -> you're quite right! copied it off kamus perwira without giving it much thought. must put a note in there, thanks!
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