Pippin

[n] - any of numerous superior eating apples with yellow or greenish yellow skin flushed with red
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Pippin

• (n.) A name given to apples of several different kinds, as Newtown pippin, summer pippin, fall pippin, golden pippin. • (n.) An apple from a tree raised from the seed and not grafted; a seedling apple.
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pippin

<botany> An apple from a tree raised from the seed and not grafted; a seedling apple. ... A name given to apples of several different kinds, as Newtown pippin, summer pippin, fall pippin, golden pippin. 'We will eat a last year's pippin.' (Shak) Normandy pippins, sun-dried apples for winter use. ... Origin: Probably fr. OE. Pippin a seed, as ...
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Pippin

noun any of numerous superior eating apples with yellow or greenish yellow skin flushed with red
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Pippin

[musical] Pippin is a Tony Award-winning musical with music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz and a book by Roger O. Hirson. Bob Fosse, who directed the original Broadway production, also contributed to the libretto. The musical uses the premise of a mysterious performance troupe, led by a Leading Player, to tell the story of Pippin, a young p...
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Pippin

Pip'pin noun [ Probably from Middle English pippin a seed, as being raised from the seed. See Pip a seed.] (Botany) (a) An apple from a tree raised from the seed and not grafted; a seedling apple. (b) A name given to apples of several different kinds, as Newtown...
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Pippin

king of Italy (781–810) and second son of the Frankish emperor Charlemagne by Hildegard.[1 related articles]
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Pippin

Pippin was a term originally given to any apple raised from pips and not from grafts. Gradually the term can to be applied to brightly-coloured keeping apples, such as Cox's Orange Pippin.
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