the cherrylike fruit of a small tree, Malpighia glabra, of the West Indies and adjacent areas, having a high concentration of vitamin C.
the tree itself.
a small tree or shrub, Malpighia glabra, that grows in the rainforests of N South America, Central America, and Jamaica
the small, soft, bright red fruit of this tree, which looks like a cherry but has a sharp flavour
noun 1. a feather palm, Roystonea borinquena, of Puerto Rico and St. Croix, having leaves about 10 feet (3 meters) long and egg-shaped, yellowish-brown fruit.
or Puerto Rico Trough noun 1. a depression in the ocean floor, N of Puerto Rico: includes deepest part of Atlantic Ocean, 28,374 feet (8648 meters).
[pwer-taw-ree-ke-nyaw] /ˌpwɛr tɔ riˈkɛ nyɔ/ noun, plural puertorriqueños [pwer-taw-ree-ke-nyaws] /ˌpwɛr tɔ riˈkɛ nyɔs/ (Show IPA). Spanish. 1. a native or inhabitant of Puerto Rico.
[pwer-taw vah-yahr-tah] /ˈpwɛr tɔ vɑˈyɑr tɑ/ noun 1. a city in W Mexico.
noun 1. Samuel von [zah-moo-uh l fuh n] /ˈzɑ mu əl fən/ (Show IPA), (“Severinus de Monzambano”) 1632–94, German jurist and historian. noun 1. Samuel von (ˈzamuəl fon). 1632–94, German jurist and philosopher, who lived in Sweden and Denmark. His De Jure naturae et gentium (1672) was an important contribution to the philosophy of natural […]