a round stone fruit with juicy yellow flesh and downy pinkish-yellow skin
a matte glaze of reddish pink, mottled with green and brown, used on fine Chinese porcelain since around 1700
another term for peach-bloom.
the down on the chin of an adolescent boy whose beard has not yet developed
a dessert of ice cream and peaches with Melba sauce
informal name for the US state of Georgia.
a European woodland moth that has brownish wings with pink markings
the Chinese tree which bears peaches
a clingstone peach
(1886–1961), US baseball player; full name Tyrus Raymond Cobb; also known as the Georgia Peach. His lifetime batting average (.367) is the highest in major league history. An outfielder, he played for the Detroit Tigers 1905–26 and the Philadelphia Athletics 1927–28. Baseball Hall of Fame (1936)