catsup


From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:

ketchup \ketch"up\, n. [Probably of East Indian origin, because
   it was originally a kind of East Indian pickles. Cf. also
   Malay k[e^]chap fish sauce. --MW10.]
   A pureed table sauce made predominantly from tomatoes,
   flavored with onions, sugar, salt and spices; called also
   tomato ketchup. The term is also applied to pureed sauces
   containing mushrooms, walnuts, etc., being called in such
   cases mushroom ketchup, walnut ketchup, etc. [Written
   also catsup and catchup.]
   [PJC]
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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:

Catchup \Catch"up\, Catsup \Cat"sup\, n. [Probably of East
   Indian origin, because it was originally a kind of East
   Indian pickles. Cf. also Malay k[e^]chap fish sauce. --MW10.]
   A pureed table sauce made predominantly from tomatoes,
   flavored with onions, sugar, salt and spices; called also
   tomato ketchup. The term is also applied to pureed sauces
   containing mushrooms, walnuts, etc., being called in such
   cases mushroom ketchup, walnut ketchup, etc. [Written
   also ketchup.]
   [1913 Webster]
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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:

Catsup \Cat"sup\ (k[a^]t"s[u^]p), n.
   Same as Catchup, and Ketchup.
   [1913 Webster] cattail
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