tryma

noun try·ma \ˈtrīmə\

Definition of tryma

plural

-s

  1. :  a nutlike drupe (as the fruit of the walnut or hickory) in which the epicarp and mesocarp separate as a somewhat fleshy or leathery rind from the hard 2-valved endocarp

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Origin and Etymology of tryma

New Latin, from Greek, hole; from the inside of the drupe being hollow — more at trone


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