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Urdu Meanings of Pomegranate

Pomegranate
(Anar)

Sr.English WordsUrdu Words
1 POMEGRANATE
Noun
انار ، انار کا درخت ۔
2 POMEGRANATE
Name
انار ۔
3 POMEGRANATE
Noun
اَنار ۔ نارَنگی کے بَرابَر ايک خُوردَنی پھَل ۔ اِس کا سُرخی مائل سَخت چھِلکا ہوتا ہے ۔ سُرخ دانہ دار گُودے سے بھَرا ہوتا ہے ۔
4 POMEGRANATE

انار ۔
5 POMEGRANATE BLOSSOMS
Noun
انار کے پھول ۔ گلنار ۔


pomegranate

[pom-gran-it, pom-i-, puhm-]

noun
1.
a chambered, many-seeded, globose fruit, having a tough, usually red rind and surmounted by a crown of calyx lobes, the edible portion consisting of pleasantly acid flesh developed from the outer seed coat.
2.
the shrub or small tree, Punica granatum, that bears it, native to southwestern Asia but widely cultivated in warm regions.

Examples from the web for pomegranate

  • Top with a few pomegranate seeds and squeeze some pomegranate syrup around the plate for decoration.
  • Top with walnuts, hazelnuts, and pomegranate seeds as desired.
  • And it's also that you can eat a pomegranate and not be so didactic about it.
  • Spoon atop the latke, crowning with pomegranate seeds.
  • Lemon, pomegranate and avocado trees were common in the neighborhood.
  • The pomegranate juice dressing echoes the flavors of cranberry relish.
  • Place the tamarind and pomegranate mixtures in the freezer.
  • Tuck in baked chips and a sports bottle with pomegranate juice.
  • Before removing the pomegranate seeds, rub your hands with lemon to prevent the juice from staining your fingers.
  • There were, however, containers of ruby pomegranate seeds and heavy cream.

British Dictionary definitions for pomegranate

pomegranate

/ˈpɒmɪˌɡrænɪt; ˈpɒmˌɡrænɪt/
noun
1.
an Asian shrub or small tree, Punica granatum, cultivated in semitropical regions for its edible fruit: family Punicaceae
2.
the many-chambered globular fruit of this tree, which has tough reddish rind, juicy red pulp, and many seeds

Word Origin and History for pomegranate

n.
c.1300, poumgarnet (a metathesized form), from Old French pome grenate (Modern French grenade) and directly from Medieval Latin pomum granatum, literally "apple with many seeds," from pome "apple; fruit" + grenate "having grains," from Latin granata, fem. of granatus, from granum "grain". The classical Latin name was malum granatum "seeded apple." Italian form is granata, Spanish is granada. The -gra- spelling restored in English early 15c.

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