Litchi

• (n.) The fruit of a tree native to China (Nephelium Litchi). It is nutlike, having a rough but tender shell, containing an aromatic pulp, and a single large seed. In the dried fruit which is exported the pulp somewhat resembles a raisin in color and form. • (n.) A genus of East Indian sapindaceous trees consisting of a single species (L...
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litchi

<botany> The fruit of a tree native to China (Nephelium Litchi). It is nutlike, having a rough but tender shell, containing an aromatic pulp, and a single large seed. In the dried fruit which is exported the pulp somewhat resembles a raisin in colour and form. ... Alternative forms: lichi, and lychee] lite . See -lith. ... Source: Websters Di...
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litchi

litchi nut noun Chinese fruit having a thin brittle shell enclosing a sweet jellylike pulp and a single seed; often dried
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Litchi

Li'tchi` (lē'chē`) noun (Botany) The fruit of a tree native to China ( Nephelium Litchi ). It is nutlike, having a rough but tender shell, containing an aromatic pulp, and a single large seed. In the dried fruit which is exported the pulp somewhat resembles a raisin in color and...
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Litchi

Li'tchi` noun (Botany) A genus of East Indian sapindaceous trees consisting of a single species ( Litchi Chinensis , syn. Nephelium Litchi ) which bears the litchi nut.
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litchi

Evergreen tree belonging to the soapberry family. The delicately flavoured egg-shaped fruit has a rough brownish outer skin and a hard seed. The litchi is native to southern China, where it has been cultivated for 2,000 years. (Litchi chinensis, family Sapindaceae.)
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litchi

fruit of Litchi chinensis, a tree of the family Sapindaceae, believed native to southern China and adjacent regions. The handsome tree develops a ...
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litchi

litchi (lē'chē) , Chinese tree (Litchi chinensis) of the family Sapindaceae (soapberry family), having a small, aromatic, pulpy fruit in a thin, rough shell. It is the best-known Chinese fruit and a favorite with the Chinese, who use it fresh, dried, or preserved. In commerce it is u...
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Litchi

Lychee
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Litchi

Lychee
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Litchi

Lychee
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Litchi

This fruit is used in salads and as a dessert. It has a creamy white flesh that is juicy and sweet. The litchi has been cultivated in China for over 2,000 years. Dried litchis are eaten like nuts. Also called the 'lychee nut.'
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Litchi

This fruit is used in salads and as a dessert. It has a creamy white flesh that is juicy and sweet. The litchi has been cultivated in China for over 2,000 years. Dried litchis are eaten like nuts. Also called the "lychee nut."
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litchi

[n] - Chinese tree cultivated especially in Philippines and India for its edible fruit 2. [n] - Chinese fruit having a thin brittle shell enclosing a sweet jellylike pulp and a single seed
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