Cranberry

Vaccinium macrocarpon Vaccinium microcarpum Cranberries are a group of evergreen dwarf shrubs or trailing vines in the subgenus Oxycoccus of the genus Vaccinium. In some methods of classification, Oxycoccus is regarded as a genus in its own right. They can be found in acidic bogs throughout the cooler regions of the northern hemisphere. Cranberrie...
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cranberry

– (Vaccinium macrocarpon) As cranberries bounce when they`re ripe, they are also called bounceberries. Also since their blossom resembles the neck of a sand hill crane, thus another name, `crane-berries.” Gradually, this word became `cranberry,” the name we use today. These berries, blueberries and Concor...
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cranberry

[n] - any of numerous shrubs of genus Vaccinium bearing cranberries 2. [n] - very tart red berry used for sauce or juice
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Cranberry

• (n.) A red, acid berry, much used for making sauce, etc.; also, the plant producing it (several species of Vaccinum or Oxycoccus.) The high cranberry or cranberry tree is a species of Viburnum (V. Opulus), and the other is sometimes called low cranberry or marsh cranberry to distinguish it.
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cranberry

noun very tart red berry used for sauce or juice
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Cranberry

Cran'ber·ry (krăn'bĕr*rȳ) noun ; plural Cranberries (- rĭz). [ So named from its fruit being ripe in the spring when the cranes return. Dr. Prior. ] (Botany) A red, acid berry, much used for making sauce, etc.; also, the plant producing it (...
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Cranberry

A bright red berry of the heath family. About 70% of the crop comes from the Cape Cod area. Because of their tartness, they are often combined with other fruits and used in chutneys, pies, and other desserts.
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Cranberry

A bright red berry of the heath family. About 70% of the crop comes from the Cape Cod area. Because of their tartness, they are often combined with other fruits and used in chutneys, pies, and other desserts.
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cranberry

Any of several trailing evergreen plants belonging to the heath family, related to bilberries and blueberries. They grow in marshy places and bear small, acid, crimson berries, high in vitamin C content, used for making sauce and jelly. (Genus Vaccinium, family Ericaceae.)
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Cranberry

Cranberry (Vaccinium oxycoccus) is a prostrate evergreen shrub of the natural order Vacciniaceae (whortleberry group) with oval leaves, red wheel-shaped corolla and red berries. It is native to Europe, north Asia and North America where it is extensively cultivated for its fruit. It is also called Moss-berry or Moor-berry, as it grows only on peat-...
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cranberry

cranberry, low creeping evergreen bog plant of the genus Oxycoccus of the family Ericaceae (heath family). Cranberries are considered by some botanists to belong to the blueberry genus Vaccinium. The cultivated species is the native American or large cranberry (O. or V. macrocarpus). The tart red be...
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cranberry

fruit of any of several small creeping or trailing plants of the genus Vaccinium (family Ericaceae), related to the blueberries. The small-fruited, ... [1 related articles]
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Cranberry

Karonda. In realty, Karonda is 'Natal Plum'
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