Pawpaw

• (n.) See Papaw.
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Pawpaw

(Carica) This group consists of about 25 species of semi-succulent trees native to tropical America. These trees have straight trunks and are topped with palmate leaves.The most popularly grown species is C. papaya, commonly known as the Papaya, Melon Tree (though technically it is a large herb) or Pawpaw (Note: Pawpaw is also the common name of an...
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pawpaw

Asimina triloba noun small tree native to the eastern United States having oblong leaves and fleshy fruit
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Pawpaw

Paw`paw' noun (Botany) See Papaw .
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pawpaw

deciduous tree or shrub of the custard-apple family, Annonaceae (order Magnoliales), native to the United States from the Atlantic coast north to New ... [1 related articles]
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pawpaw

pawpaw: see custard-apple; papaya.
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pawpaw

Small tree belonging to the custard-apple family, native to the eastern USA. It produces oblong fruits 13 cm/5 in long with yellowish edible flesh. The name `pawpaw` is also used for the papaya. (Asimina triloba, family Annonaceae.)
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pawpaw

Type: Term Pronunciation: paw′paw See: papaya
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pawpaw

[n] - small tree native to the eastern United States having oblong leaves and fleshy fruit
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