a small, reddish, slightly raised birthmark.
a soft raised swelling on the skin, often red, appearing in the weeks after birth. Most will shrink and disappear without treatment Technical name haemangioma simplex Also called strawberry
strawberry mark straw·ber·ry mark (strô’běr’ē)
A raised, shiny, red nevus or birthmark, occurring usually on the face or scalp and resembling a strawberry. Also called strawberry nevus.
[straw-ber-ee-raz-ber-ee, straw-buh-ree-raz-buh-ree] /ˈstrɔˌbɛr iˈræzˌbɛr i, ˈstrɔ bə riˈræz bə ri/ noun 1. an arching, prickly, Japanese plant, Rubus illecebrosus, of the rose family, having an herbaceous stem, white, fragrant flowers, and large, edible, scarlet fruit.
noun 1. a horse with a reddish coat that is liberally flecked with white hairs.
noun 1. the small, edible, tomato-like fruit of the plant Physalis pruinosa, of the nightshade family. 2. the plant itself. strawberry tomato noun 1. a tropical solanaceous annual plant, Physalis peruviana, having bell-shaped whitish-yellow flowers and small edible round yellow berries 2. a similar and related plant, Physalis pubescens 3. the fruit of either of […]
- Strawberry tongue
strawberry tongue n. The presence of a whitish coat on the tongue through which the enlarged papillae project as red points, characteristic of scarlet fever.