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gua·va / ˈgwävə/ • n. 1. an edible pale orange tropical fruit with pink, juicy flesh and a strong, sweet aroma. 2. the small tropical American tree (genus Psidium) of the myrtle family that bears this fruit.

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guava Any of 100 species of fruit-bearing trees or shrubs native to tropical America and the West Indies. The large white flowers produce a berry-like fruit, usually yellow with white, pink or yellow flesh. Family Myrtaceae.

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guava Fruit of the central and south American tropical shrub Psidium guajava, eaten raw or preserved as guava jelly.

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guava tropical Amer. tree. XVI (guayava, -avo). — Sp. guayaba, -abo, of S. Amer. orig.

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guava See PSIDIUM.

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