Pawpaw
Pawpaw \Paw`paw"\, n. (Bot.) Same as {Papaya}. [1913 Webster]

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  • pawpaw — (n.) see PAPAW (Cf. papaw) …   Etymology dictionary

  • pawpaw — (also papaw) ► NOUN 1) a papaya. 2) US the sweet oblong yellow fruit of a North American tree. ORIGIN Spanish and Portuguese papaya, from Carib …   English terms dictionary

  • pawpaw — [pô′pô΄] n. var. of PAPAW …   English World dictionary

  • Pawpaw — This page refers to the U.S. pawpaw in the genus Asimina . In some other parts of the world the name pawpaw is applied to the unrelated tropical fruit papaya ( Carica papaya ). taxobox name = Pawpaw image caption = Common Pawpaw in fruit regnum …   Wikipedia

  • Pawpaw — Papau Dreilappige Papau (Asimina triloba), Blütenknospen Systematik Abteilung …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • pawpaw — /paw paw /, n. 1. a tree, Asimina triloba, of the annona family, native to the eastern U.S., having large, oblong leaves and purplish flowers. 2. the fleshy, edible fruit of this tree. 3. papaya. Also, papaw. [unexplained var. of papaye PAPAYA] * …   Universalium

  • pawpaw — UK [ˈpɔːpɔː] / US [ˈpɔpɔ] noun [countable/uncountable] Word forms pawpaw : singular pawpaw plural pawpaws a papaya …   English dictionary

  • pawpaw — papajinis melionmedis statusas T sritis vardynas apibrėžtis Melionmedinių šeimos maistinis, vaisinis, vaistinis augalas (Carica papaya), paplitęs Centrinėje ir Pietų Amerikoje. Iš jo gaminami maisto priedai (konservantai, minkštikliai), taip pat… …   Lithuanian dictionary (lietuvių žodynas)

  • pawpaw — Papaw Pa*paw , n. [Prob. from the native name in the West Indies; cf. Sp. papayo papaw, papaya the fruit of the papaw.] [Written also {pawpaw}.] 1. (Bot.) Same as {papaya}, senses 1 and 2. [1913 Webster +PJC] 2. (Bot.) A tree of the genus… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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