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Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
▪ She sat outside the tarpaulin, rubbed her hair with ghee, then filled a basin with water and a little buttermilk.
▪ The boy's hair was plastered with ghee, or clarified butter, as evidence of his achievement.
▪ We were plied with the best food he could offer, drenched in expensive ghee.
The Collaborative International Dictionary

Ghee \Ghee\ (g[=e]), n. [Hind. gh[=i] clarified butter, Skr. gh[.r]ta.] Butter clarified by boiling, and thus converted into a kind of oil. [India]


n. 1 A type of clarified butter used in South Asian cooking; usli ghee. 2 (context India English) vegetable oil for cooking.


n. clarified butter used in Indian cookery


Ghee is a class of clarified butter that originated in ancient India and is commonly used in South Asian, Iranian and Arabic cuisines, traditional medicine, and religious rituals.

Ghee (disambiguation)

The ghee is a class of clarified butter that originated in South Asia. Ghee may also refer to:

  • Brandon Ghee (born 1987), U.S. football player
  • Chan Tien Ghee, Malaysian businessman
  • Gareth Ghee, hurler in Ireland
  • Milt Ghee (1891–1975), U.S. football player

Usage examples of "ghee".

That was the difference, Zuckuss supposed, between Boba Fett and a creature like this Gheeta.

Boba Fett recognized a few of the other Shell Hutts in the great reception hall, elders of the clan that were to Gheeta as an Imperial battle cruiser was to a TIE fighter craft.

Just as Boba Fett had already suspected, the sight of the pharmaceutical tube confirmed that Gheeta had prepared for this confrontation by chemically stripping out any sense of caution that might still have been lingering inside his brain.

She bent over the energetic flames fueled by prodigious amounts of ghee and the remains of the brahmin boy she had sacrificed earlier.

With garlands, sandal, and betelnut, ghee, honey, and curds consecrate the drum at evening-tide.

The town smelled of wood smoke and raw sewage, of rice cooked with saffron and of ghee, clarified butter.