What does the word cinnamon mean?

Usage examples for cinnamon

  1. If it is to be served plain, with only cream and sugar, add a teaspoonful of butter and stir through lightly just before turning out in the dish for the table and sprinkle a little ground cinnamon over the top. – Cookery for Little Girls by Olive Hyde Foster
  2. Just while this thought passed through her mind, behold, a man rose up, and stretching out his hand, drew to himself from some distance a dish of milk, in which rice, sugar, and cinnamon were mingled, and there arose a cry of Shame! – Eastern Tales by Many Story Tellers by Various
  3. They had seen sign of bear up above: here was the bear himself- a huge brute of the variety known to hunters as the cinnamon, at home here in his native wilds, glaring red- eyed and savage at the intruder upon his domains, and ready to make him pay dearly for his audacity. – The Mynns' Mystery by George Manville Fenn

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