[droop-lit] /ˈdrup lɪt/
a little , as one of the individual pericarps composing the blackberry.
a small drupe, usually one of a number forming a compound fruit
[droop] /drup/ noun, Botany. 1. any fruit, as a peach, cherry, plum, etc., consisting of an outer skin, a usually pulpy and succulent middle layer, and a hard and woody inner shell usually enclosing a single seed. /druːp/ noun 1. an indehiscent fruit consisting of outer epicarp, fleshy or fibrous mesocarp, and stony endocarp enclosing […]
[droo r-ee] /ˈdrʊər i/ noun 1. a street in London, England, formerly notable for its theaters, named after the house Sir William Drury built there in the reign of Henry VIII. 2. a famous theater (founded 1661) on Drury Lane in London, England. 3. the theatrical district located on or near this street. /ˈdrʊərɪ/ noun […]
[drooz] /druz/ noun 1. an incrustation of small crystals on the surface of a rock or mineral. [drooz] /druz/ noun 1. Islam. a member of an independent religious sect living chiefly in Syria, Lebanon, and Israel, established in the 11th century as a branch of Ismaʿili Shiʿism and containing elements of Christianity, Judaism, and Islam, […]
[droo-sil-uh] /druˈsɪl ə/ noun 1. a female given name. fem. proper name, Latin fem. diminutive of Drusus, frequent surname in Livian gens, earlier Drausus, perhaps a Celtic word meaning literally “strong” (cf. Old Celtic *dru- “oak,” also “strong”). third and youngest daughter of Herod Agrippa I. (Acts 12:1-4, 20-23). Felix, the Roman procurator of Judea, […]