noun young·ber·ry \ˈyəŋ-ˌber-ē\

Definition of youngberry

  1. :  the large sweet reddish-black fruit of a cultivar of a bramble closely related to the boysenberry and loganberry and grown in the western and southern U.S.; also :  a bramble bearing youngberries

Origin and Etymology of youngberry

B. M. Young fl1905 American fruit grower

First Known Use: 1927

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