- n seed of amaranth plants used as a native cereal in Central and South America
- n any of various plants of the genus Amaranthus having dense plumes of green or red flowers; often cultivated for food
- Conceived to reduce waste, the company's boxes are embedded with seeds like sweet basil and flowering amaranth.
- The Madonna which emerged, with amaranth-red robe, gilt-edged blue veil and glittering gold medallion is judged by critics the finest Martini oil painting known.
- The list of edible weeds was enthusiastically expanded: milkweed, stinging nettle, amaranth pigweed, sow thistle, skunk cabbage ("cooking reduces offen-siveness"), toothwort, hog .
- Jeff Bingaman in Reuters
In my view, the collapse last fall of the Amaranth Advisors LLC hedge fund, with its large positions in natural gas markets, suggests Congressional oversight in this area is warranted,Bingaman said.
- P Chidambaram in indiablooms
On Amarnath Yatra security, Chidambaram said: "We will provide full protection to Amaranth Yatris."
- Kenneth Griffin in Bloomberg
The suit alleges that Black and Winters lied to Griffin, saying "Amaranth is not as solvent as they are telling you they are."