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drupel

Line breaks: dru¦pel
Pronunciation: /ˈdruːp(ə)l/

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Definition of drupel in English:

noun

Botany
Any of the small individual drupes forming a fleshy aggregate fruit such as a blackberry or raspberry.

Origin

mid 19th century: from modern Latin drupella, diminutive of drupa 'overripe olive' (see drupe).

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