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Ginger, herb of the family Zingiberaceae, grown in Japan, the West Indies, South America, and West Africa; also, the spice derived from the root, or rhizome, of the plant. The 4 principal varieties of the species are preserved, dried, black, and white. Ginger is used to season baked goods, meats, vegetables, and beverages.

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