pippin


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pip·pin

 (pĭp′ĭn)
n.
1. Any of several varieties of apple.
2. The seed of a fleshy fruit; a pip.
3. Informal A person or thing that is admired.

[Middle English pipin, from Old French pepin.]

pippin

(ˈpɪpɪn)
n
1. (Plants) any of several varieties of eating apple with a rounded oblate shape
2. (Plants) the seed of any of these fruits
[C13: from Old French pepin, of uncertain origin]

pip•pin

(ˈpɪp ɪn)

n.
any of numerous roundish or oblate varieties of apple.
[1250–1300; Middle English pipin, variant of pepin < Old French]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.pippin - any of numerous superior eating apples with yellow or greenish yellow skin flushed with redPippin - any of numerous superior eating apples with yellow or greenish yellow skin flushed with red
dessert apple, eating apple - an apple used primarily for eating raw without cooking
Cox's Orange Pippin - a yellow Pippin with distinctive flavor
Translations

pippin

[ˈpɪpɪn] Ncamuesa f, manzana f reineta

pippin

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pippin

[ˈpɪpɪn] nrenetta
References in classic literature ?
It was so in the Pequod with the little negro Pippin by nick-name, Pip by abbreviation.
I showed him a corn that I had cut off with my own hand, from a maid of honour's toe; it was about the bigness of Kentish pippin, and grown so hard, that when I returned England, I got it hollowed into a cup, and set in silver.
The first who entered was a little Ribston pippin of a man, with ruddy cheeks and fluffy white side-whiskers.
Miss Pippin adoring young Pumpkin, and dreaming along endless vistas of unwearying companionship, was a little drama which never tired our fathers and mothers, and had been put into all costumes.
Betty Pippin, with young Roger her lover, fell both to the ground; where, oh perverse fate
It would have been all one to him, in reality, if there had not been a pippin on the surface of the earth, but his show of interest in this apple question was positively painful.
Every year he goes to England, and he takes a hundred carloads of yellow Newton pippins with him.
Pippin was also a founder of a company that developed a national hospital emergency business information system and also an electronic filing system that links law firms with the court system.
Magic to Do, Schwartz's first production for a cruise line, celebrates his lifelong fascination with magic and combines thrilling illusions with some of his most famous songs, such as Magic to Do from Pippin and Defying Gravity from Wicked.
So Pippin is right to think that we can profitably explore philosophical problems through a close examination of film, and appreciate film better through assessing their philosophical undercurrents.
The tearful Mr Pippin was in court to show his support for Flye, of Dan-y-Coed, Pontsticill, Merthyr Tydfil.
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