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Japanese persimmon


      n   an Asian persimmon tree, Diospyros kaki, with red or orange edible fruit,   (Also called)    kaki  
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1    of, relating to, or characteristic of Japan, its people, or their language  
2    pl   , -nese   a native or inhabitant of Japan or a descendant of one  
3    the official language of Japan: the native language of approximately 100 million people: considered by some scholars to be part of the Altaic family of languages  

Japanese andromeda  
      n   an ericaceous Japanese shrub, Pieris japonica, with drooping clusters of small bell-shaped white flowers  
Japanese beetle  
      n   a scarabaeid beetle, Popillia japonica, that eats the leaves and fruits of various plants: accidentally introduced into the U.S. from Japan  
Japanese cedar  
      n      another name for       cryptomeria  
Japanese ivy  
      n      another name for       Virginia creeper       2  
Japanese lantern  
      n      another name for       Chinese lantern       1  
Japanese persimmon  
      n   an Asian persimmon tree, Diospyros kaki, with red or orange edible fruit,   (Also called)    kaki  
Japanese river fever  
      n      another name for       scrub typhus  
Japanese slippers  
      pl n   (in Malaysia) casual sandals; flip-flops  
Japanese stranglehold  
      n   a wrestling hold in which an opponent's wrists are pulled to cross his arms in front of his own neck and exert pressure on his windpipe  
Japanese umbrella pine  
      n   a single aberrant species of pine, Sciadopitys verticillata, in which the leaves are fused in pairs and the crown is spire-shaped  
Russo-Japanese War  
      n   a war (1904--05) between Russia and Japan, caused largely by rivalry over Korea and Manchuria. Russia suffered a series of major defeats  

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