Definition of Jaboticabas

1. Noun. (plural of jaboticaba) ¹



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Definition of Jaboticabas

1. jaboticaba [n] - See also: jaboticaba

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jaboticabas

jabbled
jabbles
jabbling
jabby
jabers
jabiru
jabirus
jaboncillo
jaborandi
jaborandis
jaborine
jaborosalactol
jabot
jaboticaba
jaboticaba tree
jaboticabas (current term)
jabots
jabroni
jabs
jabuticaba
jabuticabas
jacal
jacales
jacals
jacamar
jacamars
jacana
jacanas
jacaranda
jacarandas

Literary usage of Jaboticabas

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1. The Journal of Heredity by American Genetic Association (1914)
"their trees at times when there is a scarcity of rain, succeed in having ripe jaboticabas throughout the year. The methods used in marketing the fruit are ..."

2. The Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture: A Discussion for the Amateur, and by Liberty Hyde Bailey (1915)
"Not only is the trunk covered with glistening jaboticabas. but the ... In the markets of Rio de Janeiro, jaboticabas sell for about 25 cents a pound, ..."

3. Manual of Tropical and Subtropical Fruits: Excluding the Banana, Coconut by Wilson Popenoe (1920)
"Not only is the trunk covered with clusters of glistening jaboticabas, but the fruiting extends to the limbs and out to the tips of the smallest branches. ..."

4. Explorations of the Highlands of the Brazil: With a Full Account of the Gold by Richard Francis Burton (1869)
"... on opposite side a Barreiro de G»do right bank, striking to the north-west, and with huts, sugar-cane, and jaboticabas. The dipping 45°. ..."

5. The Captivity of Hans Stade of Hesse: In A.D. 1547-1555, Among the Wild by Hans Staden, Albert Tootal, Richard Francis Burton (1874)
"... (Persea gratissima, the Avocado pear), and jaboticabas (Eugenia cauliflora), the latter remarkably good. ..."

6. Exploring and Travelling Three Thousand Miles Through Brazil from Rio de by James William Wells (1887)
"... or hedges, or walks, but there is a wilderness of bright flowering plants and shrubs and fruit-trees, the latter consisting of jaboticabas, ..."

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