Annona

noun An·no·na \əˈnōnə\

Definition of Annona

  1. :  a large genus of trees and shrubs (family Annonaceae) chiefly tropical American but widely cultivated having leathery leaves, solitary nodding flowers, and compound usually edible fruit — see custard apple soursop sweetsop

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Origin and Etymology of annona

New Latin, from Spanish anona, anón annona, from Taino anon


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