Complete Definition of "rice"

See|RICE
English

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Etymology
Old French ris ← Italian riso ← Latin oriza ← Greek ὄρυζα (rice), from an eastern root (probably Indo-Iranian).

Pronunciation
IPA|/ɹaɪs/
audio|en-us-rice.ogg|Audio (US)
rhymes|aɪs

Noun
en-noun|-

  1. Cereal plants (Oryza sativa) of the grass family whose seeds are used as food.
  2. <!--DefNOryza_sativa_seed-->The seeds of this plant used as food.

Translations

trans-top|<!--DefNOryza_sativa-->plants
Arabic: ARchar|ارز|أرز ('arz) m
Bosnian: t-|bs|riža|f, t-|bs|pirinač|m
Chinese: 稻 (dào)
Croatian: t-|hr|riža|f
Danish: t-|da|ris
Dutch: t+|nl|rijst|m
Estonian: t-|et|riis
Finnish: t+|fi|riisi
Frisian: rys
French: t+|fr|riz|m
German: t+|de|Reis|m
Greek: όρυζα (oríza) f
Hebrew: אורז (órez) m
Hindi: चावल (ćāval)
Hungarian: t+|hu|rizs
Indonesian: t+|id|padi|xs=Indonesian
Italian: t+|it|riso|m
Japanese: 稲 (いね, ine)
Korean: ë²¼ (byeo)
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Malayalam: നെല്ല് (nellu)
Marathi: भात (bhāt)
Norwegian: t-|no|ris|m
Polish: t+|pl|ryż|m
Portuguese: t+|pt|arroz|m
Punjabi: ਚਾਵਲ (ćāval), ਚੌਲ (ćaul)
Rohingya: soil
Russian: рис (ris) m
Serbian:

Slovene: t+|sl|riž|m
Spanish: t+|es|arroz|m
Swedish: t+|sv|ris|n
Telugu: t|te|వరి|sc=Telu (vari)
Tetum: hare
Urdu: URchar|چاول (ćāval)
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trans-top|<!--DefNOryza_sativa_seed-->seeds used as food
Arabic: ARchar|الرز (ar-róz) m
Basque: arroz
Bosnian: t-|bs|riža|f, t-|bs|pirinač|m
Catalan: arròs m
Chinese: 米 (mǐ), 饭 (fàn) (cooked), 米饭 (mǐfàn)
Croatian: t-|hr|riža|f
Czech: t-|cs|rýže|f
Esperanto: t-|eo|rizo|xs=Esperanto
Dutch: rijst m, nasi goreng (common mistake by autochtone Dutch, they refer to any rice meal)
Estonian: t-|et|riis
Finnish: t+|fi|riisi
Frisian: rys
French: t+|fr|riz|m
German: t+|de|Reis|m
Greek: ρύζι (rízi) n
Hebrew: אורז (órez) m
Hindi: चावल (ćāval)
Hungarian: t+|hu|rizs
Indonesian: beras (raw seed), nasi (cooked)
Interlingua: ris
Italian: t+|it|riso|m
trans-mid
Japanese: 米 (こめ, kome) (raw seed), ご飯 (ごはん, gohan) / 飯 (めし, meshi) (cooked)
Korean: 쌀 (ssal); 밥 (bap) (cooked)
Kuna: oros
Kurdish: t-|ku|برنج|sc=KUchar
Malayalam: അരി (ari) (un-cooked), ചോറ് (chOru) (cooked)
Marathi: तांदुळ (tā.ndull), भात (bhāt) (cooked)
Norwegian: t-|no|ris|m
Persian: FAchar|برنج (birinj)
Polish: t+|pl|ryż|m
Portuguese: t+|pt|arroz|m
Punjabi: ਚਾਵਲ (ćāval), ਚੌਲ (ćaul)
Russian: рис (ris) m
Scottish Gaelic: rus m
Serbian:

Slovene: t+|sl|riž|m
Spanish: t+|es|arroz|m
Swedish: t+|sv|ris|n
Telugu: t|te|వడ్లు|scTelu (vaDlu), t|te|బియ్యం|scTelu
Tetum: foos (picked), etu (cooked)
Turkish: t+|tr|pirinç
Urdu: URchar|چاول (ćāval)
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ttbc|CJKV Characters: 米; 糲, 粝
ttbc|Hausa: àlbárkà kumbe
ttbc|Vietnamese: lúa, gạo, cơm
ttbc|Volapük: risat

Verb
rice

  1. <!--VTrSqueeze-->to squeeze through a ricer; to mash or make into rice-sized pieces

Derived terms
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arborio rice
brown rice
golden rice
Indian rice
jollof rice
mealie rice
Patna rice
brewer's rice
broken rice
mid3
rice bowl
rice grass
rice leafhopper
rice paper
rice pudding
rice rat
rice weevil
mid3
ricebird
rice-paper plant
ricer
Spanish rice
white rice
wild rice

Related terms
Menominee
rijsttafel
risotto

See also
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basmati
bhelpuri
California roll
dosa
gumbo
idli
idli
mid3
jambalaya
khir
mirin
mochi
nasi goreng
onigiri
pad thai
mid3
paella
pilaf, pilau
rangoli
risotto
sake
samshu
sushi

Category:1000 English basic words
Category:Foods
Category:Grains
Category:Plants


Old English

Pronunciation
IPA|/ri:ʧe/

Etymology
Common Germanic *rikaz (*rīk-, *rīkja-), from Celtic *rīgiom ‘kingdom’, from *rīgs ‘king’ (compare Irish rí), from Indo-European *rēgs ‘king’.
Cognates include Old Saxon rīki (Dutch rijk), Old High German rīhhi (German Reich, reich), Old Norse ríki n, ríkr adj (Swedish rike n, rik adj), Gothic 𐍂𐌴𐌹𐌺𐌹 n, 𐍂𐌴𐌹𐌺𐌴𐌹𐍃 adj. The IE root is also the source of Latin rex.

Noun
Latinx|rīċe n

  1. power, authority, dominion
  2. a kingdom or empire

Declension
oe-noun|rīċe|rīċu|rīċe|rīċu|rīċes|rīċa|rīċe|rīċum

Adjective
unicode|rīċe

  1. powerful, mighty; rich

Descendants
Dutch: rijk
English rich

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Category:Old English nouns

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Revision and Credits for"rice"
  • 2007-12-21 22:34 - SemperBlotto - Reverted edits by [[Special:Contributions/Rice101|Rice101]] ([[User_talk:Rice101|Talk]]); changed back to last version by [[User:Tbot|Tbot]]

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