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cloud·ber·ry

 (kloud′bĕr′ē)
n.
A creeping perennial herb (Rubus chamaemorus) in the rose family, native to northern North America and Eurasia and having white flowers and edible yellowish fruit.

cloudberry

(ˈklaʊdbərɪ; -brɪ)
n, pl -ries
(Plants) a creeping Eurasian herbaceous rosaceous plant, Rubus chamaemorus, with white flowers and orange berry-like fruits (drupelets)

cloud•ber•ry

(ˈklaʊdˌbɛr i, -bə ri)

n., pl. -ries.
an orange-yellow raspberry, Rubus chamaemorus, of northern regions.
[1590–1600]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.cloudberry - creeping raspberry of north temperate regions with yellow or orange berriescloudberry - creeping raspberry of north temperate regions with yellow or orange berries
raspberry, raspberry bush - woody brambles bearing usually red but sometimes black or yellow fruits that separate from the receptacle when ripe and are rounder and smaller than blackberries
Translations
نَوْعٌ من البُرْتُقال يَنْمو في الشَّمال
moruška
multemultebær
hillalakkamuurainsuomuurain
törpemálna
tekšė
lacene
moltemulte
hjortronmultebärmyrbärsnåtterblommasolbär
yaban ağaç çileği

cloudberry

[ˈklaʊdbərɪ] N (US) → camemoro m

cloudberry

(ˈklaudˌberi) plural cloudberries noun
a type of orange-yellow raspberry that grows in northern regions.
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For dessert, there was another don't-miss local delicacy - a mousse with cloudberries, a kind of white raspberry with a distinctive sharp, sweet taste.
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A person not aware of the peculiarities of cloudberry ripening (inhabitants of the northern regions of Russia who are native speakers of Russian are aware of it all right) face difficulties in understanding the comment added to [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] ('an unripe berry, usually about cloudberries of red colour') (CPC 398).
According to Krebs, despite their apparent lack of vegetative foods, the Inuit (a) actually ate an abundance of cloudberries (Rubus spectabilis) and (b) routinely ate the frozen contents of the rumen of caribou, which supposedly contained an abundance of laetrile.
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With more than 40 chefs and assistants in the galley - and an executive chef who went ashore to buy local specialities, such as reindeer salami and cloudberries - interesting dishes were guaranteed.
Later in my life, I read about cloudberries, made into jams and liqueurs, to discover that they are more tart than sweet; they often over-ripen to become creamy like a sweetened yogurt.
The Sourdough Man is made of all things Alaskan, from sourdough to bearberries, blueberries, and cloudberries.
Foraging in the market in the city's square, we came away with the last of the summer's harvest: small strawberries that were bombs of sweetness, delicate green peas, raspberries, lingonberries, cloudberries from Lapland, and mushrooms, golden chanterelles, black trumpet mushrooms.
In nearby Forteau, the Bakeapple Festival in August celebrates the golden-coloured berries, also called cloudberries, which grow in abundance along the coast.