Definitions for tamaritəˈmɑr i
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
a wheat-free soy sauce, usu. aged to develop a full-bodied flavor.
Origin of tamari:
1965–70; < Japn
A type of soy sauce made without wheat, having a rich flavor.
Tamari was a village located in Niihari District, Ibaraki, Japan. On March 27, 2006 Tamari was merged with the towns of Ogawa and Minori, both from Higashiibaraki District, to form the new city of Omitama. The new city takes its name from a merger of the three older town names, Ogawa, MInori, TAMAri. As of 2003, the village had an estimated population of 8,618 and a density of 588.26 persons per km². The total area was 15.33 km². The village has a large agricultural base, with rice and renkon being the main crops.
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