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English translation: pomegranate

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03:42 May 29, 2001
Arabic to English translations [Non-PRO]
Arabic term or phrase: رمانة
pemogranate
asadon2000
Local time: 12:54
English translation:pomegranate
Explanation:
The correct English spelling is POMEGRANATE.

Since your question includes both the Arabic and English terms, it is not clear what you are asking about, unless you just wanted to verify the spelling.

If you need a definition or a description, here is what the American Heritage Dictionary says:

1. A deciduous shrub or small tree (Punica granatum) native to Asia and widely cultivated for its edible fruit.

2. The fruit of this tree, having a tough reddish rind, and containing many seeds, each enclosed in a juicy, mildly acidic, red pulp.

Etymology: From Middle English "pome granate", from Old French "pome grenate" ("pome" means "apple" and grenate means "having many seeds").


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pomegranate


Explanation:
The correct English spelling is POMEGRANATE.

Since your question includes both the Arabic and English terms, it is not clear what you are asking about, unless you just wanted to verify the spelling.

If you need a definition or a description, here is what the American Heritage Dictionary says:

1. A deciduous shrub or small tree (Punica granatum) native to Asia and widely cultivated for its edible fruit.

2. The fruit of this tree, having a tough reddish rind, and containing many seeds, each enclosed in a juicy, mildly acidic, red pulp.

Etymology: From Middle English "pome granate", from Old French "pome grenate" ("pome" means "apple" and grenate means "having many seeds").





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