bullace

noun
bul·​lace | \ˈbu̇-ləs \

Definition of bullace 

: a European plum (Prunus domestica insititia) with small ovoid fruit in clusters

First Known Use of bullace

14th century, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for bullace

Middle English bolace, from Anglo-French bulloce, from Medieval Latin bolluca

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