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  • adj. Bearing fruit.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Bearing fruit; -- said of a tree or plant so represented upon an escutcheon.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In heraldry, bearing fruit; shown as covered with fruit: said of a tree or other plant, and used only when the fruit is of a different tincture from the rest: as, an oak-tree proper fructed or (that is, having the foliage green and the acorns gold).


Latin fructus fruit. (Wiktionary)


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  • No problem, bilby. It will make my heretofore sticky-with-cupcake-icing fur all smooth and manageable. Nyah. ;)

    August 30, 2008

  • *shoves chained_bear into the shower and locks the door*

    August 30, 2008

  • It is. Chained_bear doesn't like shampoo games.

    August 29, 2008

  • I thought Fructus was a shampoo.

    August 29, 2008

  • Better than that bee one with the honeycombs. I really sucked at that.

    August 29, 2008

  • You know that game Fructus?

    I suck at it.

    August 29, 2008

  • In heraldry: of a tree or other plant, represented as bearing fruit, seeds, or the like.

    August 28, 2008