Definition of Aril. Meaning of Aril. Synonyms of Aril

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Definition of Aril

Aril
Aril Ar"il, Arillus A*ril"lus, n. [From LL. arilli dry grapes, perh. fr. L. aridus dry: cf. F,. arille.] (Bot.) A exterior covering, forming a false coat or appendage to a seed, as the loose, transparent bag inclosing the seed or the white water lily. The mace of the nutmeg is also an aril. --Gray.

Meaning of Aril from wikipedia

- An aril (pronounced /ˈærɪl/), also called an arillus, is a specialized outgrowth from a seed that partly or completely covers the seed. An arillode or...
- better known by his stage name Aril, is a Malaysian singer, actor, dancer and TV host, also known by his stage name of Aril. Aril is the younger brother of...
- Aril Brikha (born 1976 in Tehran, Iran) is one of the world's leading ****yrian techno musicians. He has been nominated for the Best Dance album in the...
- reach full production after twenty years. Nutmeg fruit Red aril and seed within fruit Aril surrounding nutmeg seed Nutmeg and mace have similar sensory...
- flat, and bitter tasting; the seeds are covered with a thick, clear-white aril that tastes sweet and sour. The taste has been likened to a combination of...
- long-held re****tion as being poisonous with potential fatalities, the fruit arils are renowned as "delicious" when ripe, prepared properly, and cooked, and...
- Aril Snorre Edvardsen (15 November 1938 – 6 September 2008) was a Norwegian evangelical preacher and missionary. In his youth Edvardsen was active in local...
- fleshy aril partly encloses it. The developmental origin of the aril is unclear, but it may represent a fused pair of swollen leaves. The mature aril is brightly...
- near Mauretania and Numidia, was firmly entrenched. The identifying name Aril is inscribed on two 5th-century BC Etruscan bronze items: a mirror from Vulci...
- 8 in) across, with a red or crimson covering (an aril). The seed is the source of nutmeg, the aril the source of mace. Myristica fragrans was given a...
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