Fruits by Etymology

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Middle English: Meloun
Middle English: Blakberie
Old English: Streawberige
Middle English: Lim
Spanish (modification): Aguacate
Arabic: Laymun
Old High German: Wazzar + Middle English: Meloun
Old French: Crape
Spanish (alteration): Guayaba
Greek: Kerasos; French: Cherise (plural)
Old French: Crape + Latin: Fructus
Old French: Figue
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Maori fruit, named after a same-named bird
Old Norse: Apall, Epli
Middle English: Peche
Arabic: Naranj Middle English: Orenge
Middle English: Pere
Middle English: Raspen + Middle English: Berye
Mandingo: Bananda
Middle English: Pinappel
Spanish: Papai
Medieval and New Latin: Clementius
Malay: Duri
Portuguese: Manga

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