Definition of Gingili
1. gingelly [n GINGILIS] - See also: gingelly
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Literary usage of Gingili
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The New England Historical and Genealogical Register (1886)
"12, 1665, John Webb, Jr." John gingili, according to Baylies, was among the first pure! ers at Taunton, his name being the' thirty-sixth in order. ..."
2. Plant Names, Scientific and Popular, Including in the Case of Each Plant the by Albert Brown Lyons (1900)
"Seeds esculent; source of Benne oil, gingili or Teel oil; Oleum Sesami, USP, having properties of olive oil. 1838. ..."
3. Pharmaceutical and Food Analysis: A Manual of Standard Methods for the by Azor Thurston (1922)
"gingili OU. Teel OU. Benne Oil. Huile de sesame, Fr. Sesamöl,'G. Olio di sesamo ... Sesame oil, gingili oil, teel oil, is the oil obtained from the seeds of ..."
4. Sport in British Burmah, Assam, and the Cassyah and Jyntiah Hills: With by Fitz William Thomas Pollok (1879)
"gingili Oil... Pint 1J Neem Ou maV, ... Tolas 10^ for gingili Oil with advantage. . • I Dissolve and keep in a bottle carefully corked. ..."