Definition of Anjou
: a large pear that has usually yellowish-green skin and sweet, juicy, relatively firm flesh and is more or less egg-shaped with the base typically broader than the stem end —called also d'Anjou
Origin and Etymology of anjou
First Known Use: 1861
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