Definition of Jagua

1. Noun. Tree of the West Indies and northern South America bearing succulent edible orange-sized fruit.

Exact synonyms: Genipa Americana, Genipap Fruit, Marmalade Box
Terms within: Genipap, Genipap Fruit
Group relationships: Genus Genipa
Generic synonyms: Genipa



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jagua

jaghirdar
jaghirdars
jaghire
jaghires
jaghirs
jagir
jagirs
jagless
jagoff
jagoffs
jagoite
jagowerite
jagra
jagras
jags
jagua (current term)
jagua palm
jaguar
jaguarlike
jaguarondi
jaguarondis
jaguars
jaguarundi
jaguarundi cat
jaguarundis
jahiliya
jahiliyyah
jai
jai alai
jaikie

Literary usage of Jagua

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1. The Island of Cuba by Alexander von Humboldt, John S. Thrasher (1856)
"... Manatee—Dampier's description of it—Cay de Piedras—The open sea—Its temperature—Marshy coast—Las Casas grant of Indians—Bay of jagua—Cienfuegos—Hills of ..."

2. Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Exhibiting a View of the Progressive by Robert Jameson, Sir William Jardine, Henry D Rogers (1855)
"Palma jagua of the Orinoco.—Spruce mentions a species of Maxi- ... The palm was seen in the Orinoco, and is called Palma jagua. ..."

3. The Real America in Romance by Edwin Markham (1911)
"... parts under acting Rear- the other the so-called under Commo- Schley. one, the North Atlantic Admiral Sampson, and Flying Squadron, fleet, jagua FORT, ..."

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