Definition of Bullace. Meaning of Bullace. Synonyms of Bullace

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Definition of Bullace

Bullace
Bullace Bul"lace, n. [OE. bolas, bolace, OF. beloce; of Celtic origin; cf. Arm. bolos, polos, Gael. bulaistear.] (Bot.) (a) A small European plum (Prunus communis, var. insitita). See Plum. (b) The bully tree.

Meaning of Bullace from wikipedia

- The bullace is a variety of plum. It bears edible fruit similar to those of the damson, and like the damson is considered to be a strain of the insititia...
- directly from forms of sloe, perhaps via the round-fruited varieties known as bullaces, and that the cherry plum did not play a role in its parentage. Insititia...
- Image Common name Color Additional information Refs Bullace Blue Canadian plum * Damson Blue Greengage Green ****anese plum (or Chinese plum) * Laetitia...
- jerkum made around Chipping Campden was made, for preference, from a dark bullace-like plum found in the area's villages: however it ranged in colour from...
- "plums" and "prunes") Europe 2n=16, 48 P. domestica ssp. insititia damsons, bullaces Asia P. salicina Chinese plum China 2n=16,(24) P. simonii (widely cultivated...
- 1939 the fabric printing works of Augustus Applegath were in being in Bullace Lane: again a firm using the waters of the river. RAF Joyce Green, at Long...
- known as 'pocket plum', however alternatives are 'starved plum'; 'bladder bullace; and 'mock plum'. The gall appears on the developing fruit, rendering it...
- (including ssp. oeconomica) P. domestica ssp. insititiadamsons and bullaces, krieche, kroosjes, perdrigon and other European varieties P. domestica...
- thought to be a naturally occurring hybrid of sloe, Prunus spinosa, and bullace, Prunus domestica var. insititia, found mainly in Europe where their ranges...
- There are several fruiting trees on the grounds, including apple and bullace. The many ponds in the abbey grounds are home to a great deal of wildlife...
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