Kaale Meere is the Maranathi word for "Black pepper", a spicy, aromatic flavor. One of the ingredients of Garam Masala. It is known in other Indian languages as: Indian Languages - Name of Black Pepper Hindi - Kali mirch Assamese - Jalook Bengali - Gol Morich Gujarati - Mari Kannada - Kalu Menasu Malayalam -Kuru Mulaku Oriya - Gol Maricha Punjabi - Kaali Mirch Sinhala - Gammiris Tamil - Milagu Telugu - Miriyam/Miriyaalu (plural)

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