Definition of seakale in English:

seakale

noun

  • A maritime Eurasian plant of the cabbage family, sometimes cultivated for its edible young shoots.

    Crambe maritima, family Brassicaceae

    ‘Sea Kale was widely grown in the past for the table and still is by its fans.’
    • ‘One of the joys of living in Angus is my proximity to the only commercial producer of sea kale in Great Britain.’
    • ‘Very young sea kale can be eaten raw (when it's just emerging in February).’

Pronunciation

seakale

/ˈsēˌkāl/ /ˈsiˌkeɪl/