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British pronunciation/mˈɑːd‍ʒɔːɹˌæm/
American pronunciation/ˈmɑdʒɝəm/

a scented herb of the mint family, native to Southern Europe and used in cooking

synonyms : oregano
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marjoram definition and meaning

What is "marjoram"?

Marjoram is a fragrant herb with a slightly sweet and delicate flavor. It is often used in culinary dishes to add a subtle and herbal note. Originating from the Mediterranean region, marjoram has a long history of culinary and medicinal use. Its aromatic profile makes it a popular choice for seasoning meats, vegetables, and sauces. Whether dried or fresh, marjoram offers a pleasant and uplifting aroma, bringing a touch of warmth and depth to a variety of dishes.


aromatic Eurasian perennial

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1They harvested the marjoram leaves from their garden and used them to infuse oil for salad dressings.
2We decided to garnish our grilled vegetables with chopped marjoram to elevate their taste.
3Add thyme, marjoram.
4What is marjoram?
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