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  • n. Alternative form of papaw.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • A few pappaw, cotton and mountain-cabbage trees are scattered round them.

    Wanderings in South America

  • Speaking of free downloads on our aforementioned blog, local guitar god/indie-pop pappaw Tim Lee sent along a little gem you can find there from a recent show at The Earl in Atlanta

    The Daily Times News Headlines

  • He had also sown the seed of many trees which the second year bear flowers or fruit; such as the agathis, encircled with long clusters of white flowers which hang from it like the crystal pendants of a chandelier; the Persian lilac, which lifts high in air its gray flax-coloured branches; the pappaw tree, the branchless trunk of which forms a column studded with green melons, surmounted by a capital of broad leaves similar to those of the fig-tree.

    Paul et Virginie. English

  • "technically" an alum of the school, his pappaw did found the thing so I think that's close enough.

    Kentucky Sports Radio


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