d'Anjou

noun
d'An·jou | \ˈdan-ˌjü, -ˌzhü\
variants: or D'Anjou or d'Anjou pear or D'Anjou pear

Definition of d'Anjou 

: anjou Sweet and succulent when ripe, red D'Anjou pears are similar to their green counterparts.— Mary-Liz Shaw

First Known Use of d'Anjou

1876, in the meaning defined above

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