noun gru·mi·cha·ma \ˌgrümə̇ˈshämə\
variants: less commonly



Definition of grumichama



  1. :  a Brazilian plant of the genus Eugenia; especially :  a low-growing tree (E. dombeyi or E. brasiliensis) with glossy leaves and white flowers that is sometimes cultivated in mild climates for its dark red thin-skinned fruit which resembles the sweet cherry in appearance and flavor

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Origin and Etymology of grumichama

modification of Portuguese grumixama, grumuchama

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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