Definition of jordan almond in English:

jordan almond

Syllabification: jor·dan al·mond
Pronunciation: /ˌjôrdn ˈä(l)mənd
 
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noun

  • A high-quality almond of a variety grown chiefly in southeastern Spain.
    More example sentences
    • Next to it was a mesh bag filled with colorful jordan almonds; it was sitting in a gold-plated ashtray with fancy matches that had names and a date embossed on the cover.
    • Unique wedding favors, Jordan almond flowers are an elegant way to include the jordan almond theme in your wedding or bridal shower.
    • For a personal touch, add our Personalized Favor Tags with an ‘Almond Poem’, explaining the tradition of jordan almonds.

Origin

late Middle English: jordan apparently from French or Spanish jardin 'garden'.

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