Definition of Litchi. Meaning of Litchi. Synonyms of Litchi

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Definition of Litchi

Litchi
Litchi Li"tchi`, n. (Bot.) The fruit of a tree native to China (Nephelium Litchi). It is nutlike, having a rough but tender shell, containing an aromatic pulp, and a single large seed. In the dried fruit which is exported the pulp somewhat resembles a raisin in color and form. [Written also lichi, and lychee.] -- lite. See -lith.
Litchi
Litchi Li"tchi`, n. (Bot.) A genus of East Indian sapindaceous trees consisting of a single species (Litchi Chinensis, syn. Nephelium Litchi) which bears the litchi nut.

Meaning of Litchi from wikipedia

- Lychee (/ˈliːˌtʃiː/ LEE-chee; Litchi chinensis; Chinese: 荔枝; pinyin: lìzhī) is the sole member of the genus Litchi in the soapberry family, Sapindaceae...
- Muzaffarpur is famous for Shahi lychees and is known as the Lychee Kingdom. Shahi litchi is set to become the fourth product from Bihar, after jardalu mango, katarni...
- largest commercial and educational center in North Bihar. It is famous for litchis which is a fruit famous for its juicy taste. The district headquarters...
- (****anese: ライチ☆光クラブ, Hepburn: Raichi☆Hikari Kurabu), also commonly known as Litchi Hikari Club, is a ****anese horror manga series written and illustrated by...
- Litchi chinensis flowers form a panicle....
- Banerji, I.; Chaudhuri, K.L. (1944), "A contribution to the life history of Litchi chinensis Sonn.", Proceedings of the Indian Academy of Sciences, Section...
- Methylene cyclopropyl acetic acid (MCPA) is a compound found in lychee (Litchi chinensis) seeds. It is also a metabolite in mammalian digestion after ingestion...
- Common names include koa seedworm, klu tortricid, koa seed moth, litchi borer, litchi moth, macadamia nut borer and macadamia nut moth. It was first described...
- root), in Vitis vinifera (Common grape vine, in the leaf), in Litchi chinensis (litchi, in the pericarp), in the apple, and in Ecdysanthera utilis. Procyanidin...
- vila-vila, sticky nightshade, red buffalo-bur, the fire-and-ice plant, litchi tomato, or Morelle de Balbis. The small edible fruits are red on the outside...
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