delicata

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NounEdit

delicata (plural delicatas)

  1. (Canada, US) An heirloom variety of winter squash, oblong in shape and having a cream-colored skin with green stripes
    • 1992, October, “Nanette Blanchard”, in Autumn's Glory[1], page 67:
      But once you've tasted the sweet flesh of a delicata or slipped the strands of a spaghetti squash out of its shell, you'll never again regard winter squash as merely an agricultural art piece.
    • 2004, Jack Bishop & Richard G. Jung, “Winter Squash Risotto with Sage and Parmesan”, in A Year in a Vegetarian Kitchen[2], →ISBN, page 354:
      You will need one medium butternut or two or three delicatas.
    • 2009, January 17, “Mark Bittman”, in Stale spices, canned beans are no-nos for new year[3]:
      The best winter squashes (delicata, for example) have edible skins and are amazing just chunked and roasted with a little oil [] .

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AdjectiveEdit

delicata

  1. Feminine singular of adjective delicato.

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LatinEdit

AdjectiveEdit

dēlicāta

  1. nominative feminine singular of dēlicātus
  2. nominative neuter plural of dēlicātus
  3. accusative neuter plural of dēlicātus
  4. vocative feminine singular of dēlicātus
  5. vocative neuter plural of dēlicātus

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dēlicātā

  1. ablative feminine singular of dēlicātus