English - Turkish

  1. domalan
  2. domuz ağırşağı
  3. yermantar
  4. trüf
  5. yermantarı
  6. yer mantarı
  7. keme
  8. mantar Gıda
  9. domalan mantarı Gıda
  10. i., bot. domalan, yermantarı
  11. Tuber
  12. (isim) yermantarı

English - English

  1. any of various edible fungi, of the genus Tuber, that grow in the soil in southern Europe; the earthnut
  2. a creamy chocolate confection, in the form of a ball, covered with cocoa powder
  3. The French truffle (Tuber melanosporum) and the English truffle (T
  4. Any one of several kinds of roundish, subterranean fungi, usually of a blackish color
  5. æstivum are much esteemed as articles of food
  6. creamy chocolate candy
  7. creamy chocolate candy edible subterranean fungus of the genus Tuber any of various highly prized edible subterranean fungi of the genus Tuber; grow naturally in southwestern Europe
  8. edible subterranean fungus of the genus Tuber
  9. A confection made of chocolate (ganache), butter, sugar, and sometimes liqueur shaped into balls and often coated with cocoa Truffles are made by heating a rich blend of butter, cream, chocolate, and often a flavoring, delicately shaping it, and enrobing it with chocolate couverture (milk, dark or white) Different truffle textures can be created by rolling the center ganache in cocoa powder, powdered sugar, or finely chopped nuts Truffles, originally named after the exotic French mushroom because of its visual resemblance, are either hand-rolled chocolate or domed with a piped center
  10. a usually ball shaped confection made of a ganache interior and coated with chocolate It may be finished in addition to chocolate with other ingredients such as cocoa powder or ground nuts Its shape should mock the fungus, hence "Truffle"
  11. A truffle is a round type of fungus which is expensive and considered very good to eat. Edible, underground fungus in the genus Tuber (class Ascomycetes, division Mycota), prized as a food delicacy since antiquity. Native mainly to temperate regions, truffles flourish in open woodlands on calcium-rich soil. The different species range from pea-sized to orange-sized. Truffles usually are associated with tree roots and are found up to about 1 ft (30 cm) below the soil surface. Experienced gatherers occasionally detect mature truffles by scent or by the morning and evening presence of hovering columns of small yellow flies, but more often with the help of trained pigs or dogs. The truffle is important in French cookery, and truffle gathering is an important industry in France. Truffles are among the most highly valued foods in the world. False truffles (genus Rhizopogon) form small, underground, potato-like structures under coniferous trees in parts of North America
  12. A truffle is a soft round sweet made with chocolate and usually flavoured with rum
  13. A truffle is an underground fungus found in Italy and France Truffles are considered a culinary delicacy and are located using trained pigs or dogs
  14. Any of various fleshy, ascomycetous, edible fungi that grow underground on or near the roots of trees and are valued as a delicacy Any of various chocolate confections, especially one made of a mixture including chopped nuts, rolled into balls and covered with cocoa powder
  15. any of various highly prized edible subterranean fungi of the genus Tuber; grow naturally in southwestern Europe
  16. French rare and expensive mushroom with a
  17. A chocolate with a ganache center surrounded by an outer coating of either chocolate, cocoa powder or nuts
  18. a type of tuber
  19. any one of a number of subterranean fungi that are edible isim
  20. trub A truffle
  21. swinebread The truffle


About This Word

    Pronunciation /ˈtrəfəl/ /ˈtrʌfəl/
    Etymology [ 'tr&-f&l, 'trü- ] (noun.) 1591. The word in the Germanic languages (except Icelandic) is a loanword from French truffe (previously trufle) Deutsches Wörterbuch von Jacob und Wilhelm Grimm: im Laufe des 18. Jahrhunderts entlehnt aus Französischem neben gewöhnlichem truffe stehendem truffle (whence Danish and Norwegian trøffel, German Trüffel) in ODS: "eng. truffle; fra fr. trufle (truffe)", which originates from Old Provençal Le Robert pour tous, Dictionnaire de la langue française, Janvier 2004, p. 1144, truffe
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