a good fresh fruit allied into plum of an orange color oval shape and delicious style in addition the tree Prunus Armeniaca of Linnaeligus which holds this fruit By cultivation it was introduced for the temperate zone
- Asian tree having clusters of frequently white blossoms and delicious fruit resembling the peach
- downy yellowish to rosy-colored fruit resembling a tiny peach
- a shade of red tinged with yellow
- A fruit allied to the plum, of an orange color, oval shape, and delicious taste; additionally, the tree (Prunus Armeniaca of Linnaeus) which holds this fruit. By cultivation it is often introduced for the temperate area.
1550s, abrecock, from Catalan abercoc, related to Portuguese albricoque, from Arabic al-birquq, through Byzantine Greek berikokkia from Latin (malum) praecoquum "early-ripening (fresh fruit)" (see precocious). Type assimilated to French abricot. Latin praecoquis early-ripe, often will be caused by the reality that the fresh fruit ended up being considered many different peach that ripened prior to various other peaches .... [Barnhart] The older Latin name because of it ended up being prunum Armeniacum or malum Armeniacum, in mention of supposed beginning in Armenia. As a color title, first attested 1906.
a tiny good fresh fruit with a thin, velvety, pale yellow to deep orange epidermis, a meaty golden cream to bright orange skin and an almond-shaped pit.
- apricot-coloured [Br.]
(letter.) A fruit allied on plum, of an orange shade, oval form, and delicious taste; additionally, the tree (Prunus Armeniaca of Linnaeus) which holds this fresh fruit. By cultivation it's been introduced throughout the temperate zone.
This mode of training is commonly adopted for the peach, nectarine, apricot and morello cherry, to which .