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Definition of Loquat

Loquat
Loquat Lo"quat, n. [Chinese name.] (Bot.) The fruit of the Japanese medlar (Photinia Japonica). It is as large as a small plum, but grows in clusters, and contains four or five large seeds. Also, the tree itself.

Meaning of Loquat from wikipedia

- The loquat (Eriobotrya ****onica) is a large evergreen shrub or tree, grown commercially for its orange fruit and for its leaves for tea originated from...
- The bronze loquat (Eriobotrya deflexa) is a tree native to Guangdong, Hainan, Taiwan, and South Vietnam. The Coppertone loquat (Eriobotrya 'Coppertone')...
- Loquat is an electronic/pop band based in San Francisco, California. The group is currently composed of Kylee Swenson Gordon (vocals/guitar), Christopher...
- Nespolino is an Italian liqueur made from the seeds of the loquat fruit. It has bitter taste reminiscent of other Italian seed-based bitter liqueurs such...
- family Rosaceae, native to woodland in the Himalayas and East Asia. The loquat, E. ****onica, is grown for its edible fruit. Eriobotrya species are used...
- stresses the important virtue of filial piety. Pei pa koa (枇杷膏) means "loquat syrup". The product is marketed under the brand name Cap Ibu dan Anak (Malay...
- - Loquat". University of Florida, N****au County Extension, Horticulture. 2006. Archived from the original on 23 July 2008. J. Morton (1987). "Loquat"....
- apples, pears, quinces, apricots, plums, cherries, peaches, raspberries, loquats, strawberries, rose hips, hawthorns and almonds. It also includes po****r...
- process is known as scarification. Typical drupes include apricots, olives, loquat, peaches, plums, cherries, mangoes, pecans, and amlas (Indian gooseberries)...
- Eriobotrya (loquats), so closely in fact, that members of the two genera have hybridised with each other; for example the "Coppertone loquat" is a hybrid...
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