Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun An old generic name of the common apricot, but now most commonly used as a specific name in Prunus, as P. Armeniaca. The purple apricot is Primus (Armeniaca) dasycarpa. The Japanese apricot is P. or (A.) Mume.

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Examples

  • A small part of the ecoregion falls south of the Azerbaidjan-Iran border and is classified as a mosaics of Anatolian Aremisisietea fragrantis armeniaca and Sub-Euxenian oak forest remnants in Zohary.

    Azerbaijan shrub desert and steppe

  • The presence in the Tian Shan of wild apple and other temperate trees species like Ansu apricot (Prunus armeniaca) and the maple (Acer semenovii), is significant.

    Tian Shan foothill arid steppe

  • Me, previously being a raisin man, had never bothered with Prunus armeniaca L.

    John Joseph Adams » All Hail the King of Dried Fruits

  • Me, previously being a raisin man, had never bothered with Prunus armeniaca L.

    John Joseph Adams » 2005 » April

  • Apricot The apricots that are most familiar in the West are fruits of Prunus armeniaca, a native of China that was taken to the Mediterranean during Roman times.

    On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen

  • Apricot The apricots that are most familiar in the West are fruits of Prunus armeniaca, a native of China that was taken to the Mediterranean during Roman times.

    On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen

  • Prunus dulcis amaranth (some species and varieties grown primarily for leaves, others for grain), Amaranthus spp. apple, Malus spp. apricot, Prunus armeniaca artichoke, globe, Cynara scolymus artichoke, Jerusalem, Helianthus tuberosus arugola

    14. Saving seeds for planting

  • Prunus armeniaca (the Armenian Plum) has been grown successfully for millenia yet today's varieties are so much more robust and consistent compared to their predecessors.

    Gardening Tips 'n' Ideas

  • The apricot (Prunus armeniaca) gives huge variations in its uses from simply delicious as they are straight from the tree or equally delicious frozen, preserved, a superb accompaniment made into a sauce alongside cold cuts or in sandwiches, fabulous on our toast for breakfast as jam, equally delicious as an accompaniment with the cooking of chicken, great when dried and accompaniments cheese or of course as a pie, crumble, custard tart, strudel, flan or many other appropriate desserts.

    Stuff.co.nz - Stuff

  • (prunus armeniaca), Mango extract (mangifera indica) fruit, Orange concentrate (citrus aurantium) juice, Papaya concentrate (carica papaya fruit with papain), Tomato concentrate

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