Definition of Pearmain in English:

Pearmain

Syllabification: Pear·main
Pronunciation: /ˈpe(ə)rˌmān
 
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noun

A pear-shaped apple of a variety with firm white flesh.

Origin

Middle English (denoting an old variety of baking pear): from Old French parmain, probably based on Latin parmensis 'of Parma'.

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