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- n. The Mexican cherry (Prunus capollin).
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- n. The Mexican cherry (Prunus Capollin).
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- n. Mexican black cherry
- n. Mexican black cherry tree having edible fruit
Nothing in all the world is quite as good as sitting in a home in small town Veracruz having an impromptu jam session and drinking capulin homebrew.
As was later discovered, while the good priest was reading his breviary in his office, some of these hostile Indians entered, and most cruelly murdered him, then taking his body into the mission orchard placed it against a capulin tree (a tree much resembling the cherry tree in fruit and form).
The Capulies (_Prunus capulin_, Ser.) grows in the open fields.
The capulin, or Mexican cherry; the mango, of which the best come from Orizaba and Cordova; the cayote, etc.
_capulin_ was pointed out, as being the very tree represented in the picture of the killing.