Melón

(Spanish) melon

Melon

A melon is any of various plants of the family Cucurbitaceae with edible, fleshy fruit (e.g. gourds or cucurbits). The word `melon` can refer to either the plant or specifically to the fruit. Many different cultivars have been produced, particularly of muskmelons. Although the melon is a botanical fruit (specifically, a berry), some varieties ma.....
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Melon

(Cucumis) Cucumis is a large group comprised of Melons and Cucumbers. They are climbing plants found wild in Asia. Just below are some descriptions of the Cucumber family (cucurbitaceae); following will be descriptions of Melons…
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melón

(Spanish) melon
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melon

[n] - any of various fruit of cucurbitaceous vines including: muskmelons 2. [n] - any of numerous fruits of the gourd family having a hard rind and sweet juicy flesh
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Melon

• (n.) A large, ornamental, marine, univalve shell of the genus Melo. • (n.) The juicy fruit of certain cucurbitaceous plants, as the muskmelon, watermelon, and citron melon; also, the plant that produces the fruit.
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melon

noun any of numerous fruits of the gourd family having a hard rind and sweet juicy flesh
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Melon

[online music service] MelOn (Hangul:멜론 Mel-lon) is a South Korean online music store. == History and information == Introduced in November 2004, MelOn was developed by SK Telecom. In 2009, LOEN Entertainment (owned by SKT by the time being) became the company-in-charge of MelOn. MelOn allows users to download or stream music over the i...
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Melon

[whale] The melon is a mass of adipose tissue found in the forehead of all toothed whales and serves to focus and modulate the animal`s vocalizations like a sound lens. It is thus a key organ involved in communication and echolocation. The melon is structurally part of the nasal apparatus (the nose) and comprises most of the mass tissue bet...
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Melon

Mel'on (mĕl'ŭn) noun [ French, from Latin melo , for melopepo an apple-shaped melon, Greek ... ; mh^lon apple + ... a species of large melon; confer Latin malum apple. Confer Marmalade .] 1. (Botany) The juicy fruit of certain cucurbi...
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melon

1. <botany> The juicy fruit of certain cucurbitaceous plants, as the muskmelon, watermelon, and citron melon; also, the plant that produces the fruit. ... 2. <zoology> A large, ornamental, marine, univalve shell of the genus Melo. Melon beetle A genus of cactaceous plants (Melocactus) having a fleshy and usually globose stem with the su...
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Melon

a large lens-shaped organ found in the forehead of dolphins and toothed whales that concentrates and emits the sounds used in echolocation.
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melon

Any of several large, juicy (95% water), thick-skinned fruits of trailing plants of the gourd family. The muskmelon (Cucumis melo), of which the honeydew melon is a variety, and the large red watermelon (Citrullus vulgaris) are familiar edible varieties. (Family Cucurbitaceae.) Thought to have originate...
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melon

any of the varieties of Cucumis melo, a trailing vine grown for its edible, often musky-scented fruit; it may have its origin in West Africa. Melons ... [1 related articles]
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Melon

Bulbous forehead of many toothed whales, dolphins, and porpoises; believed to be used to focus sounds for echolocation.
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Melon

In many toothed whales, the bulging forehead, often containing oil.
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melón

melon
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Melón

Melon
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Melon

Melon is a variety of apple.
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Melon

Melon is slang for a child on its first day at school.
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melon

melon, fruit of Cucumis melo, a plant of the family Curcurbitaceae (gourd family) native to Asia and now cultivated extensively in warm regions. There are many varieties, differing in taste, color, and skin texture—e.g., Persian, honeydew, casaba, muskmelon, and cantaloupe. The true cantaloupe...
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Melon

Melon�s nutritional value is 15.00 mg of calcium; 25.00 mg of phosphorus; 0.5 mg iron; 34 mg vitamin C, 640 mg IU Vitamin A; and 0.03 mg of Vitamin B1. The melon has an excellent diuretic properties that can cure kidney disease and extreme eczema disease and acute. When combined with lemon, it can crush the uric acid diseases. So you'll want...
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Melon

The melon (Cucumis melo) is a well known plant and fruit of the natural order Cucurbitaceae or gourds. It is an herbaceous, succulent, climbing or trailing annual, cultivated for its fruit in hot eastern countries from time immemorial. There are many varieties, as the Canteloup, which is, reckoned the best, Egyptian, Salonica, Persian, etc. In Brit...
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Melon

the often bulging, fatty forehead of a toothed cetacean
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Melon

Toothed whales have a special organ at the top of their heads: the melon. It is an oil-filled sack which is connected to the vocal cords of the animals. The melon acts as an acoustical lens which focuses sound waves, much like the lenses in your eyes. Toothed whales rely on it when they hunt for their prey. They use sound like bats to “see” the...
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