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- n. Alternative spelling of lychee.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See litchi.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A Chinese fruit, the product of the tree Litchi Chinensis (Nephelium Litchi).
- n. Kobus lichi (leche), one of the larger antelopes of South Central Africa: related to the waterbuck, but with shorter, more recurved horns. See kob.
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- n. Chinese fruit having a thin brittle shell enclosing a sweet jellylike pulp and a single seed; often dried
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And so it goes with the following fruit trees; I will not try to give you all the figures: mango, guanabana, lichi, (? lemon), avocado,
Orient, the lichi, ginko and water chestnut, and in Italy and India the varieties of the pine nut are used to considerable extent.
Shortly she became possessed of a bewildering collection consisting variously of large glass marbles with a twist of coloured glass inside; two or three lichi nuts, then a curiosity; a dried gull's wing; several exploded shotgun shells; and a
It had become quite dark, the thunder was continually pealing, the lightning gleaming flash after flash, and every now and then sudden gusts of wind would get hold of the big _lichi_ tree by the neck and give its shaggy top a thorough shaking.
This is a Dutch lugger from Samarcand, laden with raisins and fig-paste and lichi nuts and cream dates.
a lieutenant. alibambang: A leguminous plant whose acid leaves are used in cooking. alpay: A variety of nephelium, similar but inferior to the Chinese lichi. among: Term used by the natives in addressing a priest, especially
He find out who blave was who chop young offlicer head, and give him lichi. "