Definition of Naseberry. Meaning of Naseberry. Synonyms of Naseberry

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Definition of Naseberry

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Sapodilla Sap`o*dil"la, n. [Sp. zapote, sapotillo, zapotillo, Mexican cochit-zapotl. Cf. Sapota.] (Bot.) A tall, evergeen, tropical American tree (Achras Sapota); also, its edible fruit, the sapodilla plum. [Written also sapadillo, sappadillo, sappodilla, and zapotilla.] Sapodilla plum (Bot.), the fruit of Achras Sapota. It is about the size of an ordinary quince, having a rough, brittle, dull brown rind, the flesh being of a dirty yellowish white color, very soft, and deliciously sweet. Called also naseberry. It is eatable only when it begins to be spotted, and is much used in desserts.
Naseberry
Naseberry Nase"ber`ry, n. [Sp. nispero medlar and naseberry tree, fr. L. mespilus. See Medlar.] (Bot.) A tropical fruit. See Sapodilla. [Written also nisberry.]

Meaning of Naseberry from wikipedia

- Manilkara zapota, commonly known as sapodilla (/ˌsæpəˈdɪlə/), sapota, chikoo, naseberry, or nispero is a long-lived, evergreen tree native to southern Mexico...
- not all sapotes come from the family Sapotaceae: Sapodilla, also called naseberry (Manilkara zapota) is native to Mexico, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Belize,...
- 11, Julie, Milli, Stringy, Tommy Atkins, Blackie, Bombay and Graham. Naseberry (known as Sapodilla throughout the rest of the Caribbean) Otaheite apple...
- ****gany trees and various fruit trees such as avocado, mango, guinep, naseberry, breadfruit, and tamarind. Yellow mastics (Sideroxylon foetidissimum)...
- Manilkara zapota (L.) P.Royen – sapodilla, sapota, sapoti or dilly (Bahamas), naseberry (Caribbean), chico, chiku, ciku, snake fruit, níspero, nipero, mespel...
- feeding on both fruits and insects. Favoured fruits include the native naseberries and introduced rose apples. The dentition is the number and type of teeth...
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