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pippin

pippin (dial.) seed of certain fruits, pip XIII; variety of apple XV. ME. pepin, pipin — OF. pepin (mod. pépin), rel. to synon. Sp. pepita. It. pippolo, pipporo; of obscure orig.

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pippin

pip·pin / ˈpipin/ • n. a red and yellow dessert apple. ∎  an apple grown from seed. ∎ inf. an excellent person or thing.

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Pippin

Pippin: For Frankish rulers thus named, use Pepin.

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