Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In Porto Rico, the calabash-tree, Crescentia Cujete. See Crescentia. In Mexico and other Spanish-American countries it is commonly called jícara.

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Examples

  • La palmera., el pistacho, y la higuera crecen en Andalucía pero los dátiles, los pistachos y los higos que se venden en el mercado inglés provienen principalmente de Berberia, de Grecia y Esmirna (Smyrna).

    Pitman's Commercial Spanish Grammar (2nd ed.)

  • (May 28 2009 22: 51 GMT) beautiful plot in los corralizas for sale with a large ruin on the plot. plot of 10,020m2 with panoramic views of fuente higuera village. to appreciate the beauty of this plot and the views you need to come and see it. si ...

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  • | La higuera (the fig-tree) | El melocotón (the peach) |

    Pitman's Commercial Spanish Grammar (2nd ed.)

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