Pepo



[pee-poh] /ˈpi poʊ/

noun, plural pepos.
1.
the characteristic fruit of plants of the gourd family, having a fleshy, many-seeded interior and a hard or firm rind, as the gourd, melon, and cucumber.
/ˈpiːpəʊ/
noun (pl) -pos
1.
the fruit of any of various cucurbitaceous plants, such as the melon, squash, cucumber, and pumpkin, having a firm rind, fleshy watery pulp, and numerous seeds

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