Appleseed
biographical name Johnny — see John chapman

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Appleseed — [ap′əl sēd΄] Johnny (name for John Chapman) 1774 1845; U.S. frontiersman who planted apple trees throughout the Midwest …   English World dictionary

  • Appleseed — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Appleseed (homonymie). Appleseed アップルシ-ド (Appuru …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Appleseed — An appleseed is the seed of the fruit. It may also refer to:People* Johnny Appleseed, an American pioneer nurseryman, and missionary for the Church of the New Jerusalem. * Johnny Appleseed Festival, a festival in Fort Wayne, Indiana traditionally …   Wikipedia

  • Appleseed — Der Manga Appleseed wurde ab 1985 von dem damals 25 jährigen Masamune Shirow gezeichnet und im japanischen Verlag Seishinsha veröffentlicht. Er gehört zum Genre der Science Fiction, wobei Shirow es schafft, sowohl wissenschaftliche Hintergründe… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Appleseed — n. family name; Johnny Appleseed (1774 1845, born John Chapman), legendary pioneer who traveled through the American wilderness and planted apple orchards …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Appleseed — /ap euhl seed /, n. Johnny (John Chapman),1774 1845, American pioneer and orchardist: prototype for character in American folklore. * * * …   Universalium

  • Appleseed — Ap|ple|seed, John|ny the ↑nickname of John Chapman (1774 1845), who walked around the eastern US planting apple trees and encouraging other people to plant them …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Appleseed — Ap•ple•seed [[t]ˈæp əlˌsid[/t]] n. amh. big Johnny (John Chapman), 1774–1845, American pioneer and orchardist: prototype for character in folklore …   From formal English to slang

  • Appleseed — /ap euhl seed /, n. Johnny (John Chapman),1774 1845, American pioneer and orchardist: prototype for character in American folklore …   Useful english dictionary

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