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A fruit allied to the plum, of an orange color, oval shape, and delicious taste; also, the tree (Prunus Armeniaca of Linnæus) which bears this fruit. By cultivation it has been introduced throughout the temperate zone.
The smell of apricot cannot be extracted from the fruit itself, instead it is reproduced chemically for fruity notes in modern perfumes.
the oil is extracted from the fleshy inner part of the stone. also known as persic oil, it is very similar in its rich, emollient properties to almond oil. softening, hydrating, and conditioning.
The fruit of the Apricot tree is considered to have softening and emollient qualities.
A yellow-orange fruit harvested from small trees. The fruit resembles a smaller version of a peach. It can be eaten whole with the pit removed, processed into juice or preserves. Apricots can be preserved through drying.(Definition by OurKitchen)
Used to describe Afghans, Pugs, Mastiffs, and Poodles, this color is a dull, medium-saturated orange (like the fruit of the same name). Color definitions may vary by breed. Always check the breed standard for the definitive color description.
(Herbal) A skin softener and toner, apricot acts as a brilliantine adding sheen without an oily film.
Asian tree having clusters of usually white blossoms and edible fruit resembling the peach
downy yellow to rosy-colored fruit resembling a small peach
a shade of pink tinged with yellow
a juicy fruit with a big stone in the center
a succulent orange pink fruit known as Cher in Kashmiri
Prunus Larch Larix
A round, orange coloured fruit from a tree Prumus armeniaca of the plum family, with a rich aromatic flavour. Suitable for stewing, for sorbets and for jam making, often preserved by drying.
Khumani Dry Fruit
Khurbani Dry Fruit
( Prunus armeniaca) kernel oil - Extracted from the kernels of apricots, it is used as an emollient and moisturizer.
A relative of the peach, this fruit has been grown in China since 2,000 B.C. 90% of the American crop comes from California. Select plump, relatively firm fruit with a uniform color.
Prunus armeniaca Khoobani
a small stone fruit with a thin, velvety, pale yellow to deep burnt orange skin, a meaty golden cream to bright orange flesh and an almond-shaped pit; it is highly perishable, with a peak season during June and July; the pit's kernel is used to flavor alcoholic beverages and confection.
The apricot (Prunus armeniaca or Armenian plum in Latin, syn. Armeniaca vulgaris, Armenian: Ô¾Õ«Ö€Õ¡Õ¶, Chinese: æå) is a fruit-bearing tree, thought to be native to China and spread to Europe through Armenia. It is classified with the plum in the subgenus Prunus of the Prunus genus.
Apricot is a color that attempts to represent the color of apricots. Actually, it is somewhat paler than actual apricots and it seems to have been invented in order to have at hand a pleasant pastel shade of orange for use in interior design. The term apricot in the indicated shade has been in use as a color name since 1851.