noun pee·pul \ˈpē-(ˌ)pəl\

Definition of PEEPUL

:  a large long-lived fig (Ficus religiosa) found from India to southeastern Asia

Variants of PEEPUL

pee·pul or pi·pal \ˈpē-(ˌ)pəl\

Origin of PEEPUL

Hindi & Urdu pīpal, from Sanskrit pippala
First Known Use: 1783


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