The fruit of the tree Punica Granatum; also, the tree itself (see Balaustine), which is native in the Orient, but is successfully cultivated in many warm countries, and as a house plant in colder climates. The fruit is as large as an orange, and has a hard rind containing many rather large seeds, each one separately covered with crimson, acid pulp.
A decorative ornament based on the pomegranate fruit, which is apple shaped and has a hard rind and a pronounced crownlike ending. It was used in classic times as a symbol of fertility.
POM-uh-gran-uht] This is a medium-sized fruit, about the size of an orange, which has a yellow, pinkish-red skin. It can be eaten as fruit, used as a garnish or pressed to extract the juice. Both the flesh and the seeds can be eaten; the flesh has a sweet-tart flavor.
shrub or small tree native to southwestern Asia having large red many-seeded fruit
large globular fruit having many seeds with juicy red pulp in a tough brownish-red rind
a bright red fruit that looks like an apple
a fruit known for containing a lot of seeds within
a fruit the size of a large orange
a red-coloured fruit in which you consume the seeds inside of it
a small red fruit that looks like an apple
an extract from the rinds of pomegranates, this dye yields yellows to greens yellows and requires 15-20% wof for a medium depth of shade.
The beige to red fruit of the pomegranate tree "Punica granatum", up to 8 cm in diameter with a hard skin filled with numerous seeds each in a red, juicy, fleshy sac. Sweet varieties are eaten (rather messily) as a dessert. Seeds of the sour pomegranate have a sweet-sour taste and are used as a garnish in the Middle East. The dried, ground seeds, known as anardana, are used as a souring agent and with bread, vegetables and pulses in North India (also called Chinese apple).
Symbos of fertility and numerous male progeny as it is full of seeds.
reddish, round fruit with thin, leathery skin and brilliant red, juicy, jewel-like seeds with a sweet-tart flavor; the cream-colored membrane between seeds must be discarded
The pomegranate is an orange-sized fruit with a hard leathery skin. Inside are hundreds of edible seeds with a sweet pleasantly acidic taste. Pomegranates are eaten out-of-hand, used in salads, and sprinkled over desserts.
A large, berry-like fruit with thick, leathery, brightly...
The Pomegranate (Punica granatum) is a fruit-bearing deciduous shrub or small tree growing to 5–8 m tall. The pomegranate is native from Iran to the Himalayas in northern India and was cultivated and naturalized over the whole Mediterranean region including Armenia since ancient times. It is widely cultivated throughout Iran, India and the drier parts of southeast Asia, Malaya, the East Indies and tropical Africa.