Definition of Sapodilla. Meaning of Sapodilla. Synonyms of Sapodilla

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Definition of Sapodilla

Sapodilla
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.

Meaning of Sapodilla from wikipedia

- Manilkara zapota, commonly known as sapodilla ([ˌsapoˈðiʝa]), sapota, chikoo, naseberry, or nispero is a long-lived, evergreen tree native to southern...
- The Sapodilla Cayes (Spanish: Cayos Zapotillos) are an uninhabited atoll in the Gulf of Honduras. They are in the Toledo District of Belize. The Sapodilla...
- economic uses. Species noted for their edible fruits include Manilkara (sapodilla), Chrysophyllum cainito (star-apple or golden leaf tree), and Pouteria...
- The Sapodilla Cr**** is a river of the Bahamas. List of rivers of the Bahamas GeoNames Coordinates: 24°31′N 78°18′W / 24.517°N 78.300°W / 24.517; -78...
- Vietnamese sapote Mamey sapote Sapodilla Yellow sapote Some but not all sapotes come from the family Sapotaceae: Sapodilla, also called naseberry (Manilkara...
- ends of branches. The mamey sapote is related to other sapotes such as sapodilla (Manilkara zapota), abiu (P. caimito) and canistel (P. campechiana), but...
- different traditional po****r names such as lamut Khamen (ละมุดเขมร="Khmer sapodilla") or tho Khamen (ท้อเขมร="Khmer peach"), folk imagination attributing...
- nectarine Pear Pecan Persimmon Plum Pomelo Quince Pomegranate Rambutan Sapodilla (chikoo) Soursop Sugar-apple (sharifa) Sweet chestnut Tamarillo Ugli fruit...
- It has a creamy and jelly-like texture and its taste is similar to the sapodilla — a sweet caramel custard. The abiu tree is part of the family Sapotaceae...
- chewing gum was tapped as a sap from various trees, but especially from the sapodilla tree. Chiclets are essentially the same as the indigenous chicle, with...
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