gust-, gusti-

(Latin: taste, tasting)

Tasteless; insipid; bland and without flavor.
porus gustatorius
The small taste pore openings in the taste buds of the tongue.
1. A well-seasoned stew of meat and vegetables.
2. Etymology: from French ragoût, from Middle French ragoûter, "awaken the appetite"; from Old French re-, "back" + à, "to" + goût, "taste"; which came from Latin gustum, gustus, "taste, a tasting".
taste pores, gustatory pores
The external openings of taste buds on the tongue.