ETYM Latin, grape, grapestone.
One of the small drupes making up an aggregate or multiple fruit like a blackberry.
Berry which grows in clusters.
berry / beri /
1. A pulpy and usually edible small fruit having any of various structures: e.g. strawberry or raspberry or blueberry.
2. Any of numerous small edible pulpy fruits either simple (grape; blueberry) or aggregate (blackberry; raspberry).
Fleshy, many-seeded fruit that does not split open to release the seeds. The outer layer of tissue, the exocarp, forms an outer skin that is often brightly colored to attract birds to eat the fruit and thus disperse the seeds. Examples of berries are the tomato and the grape.
A pepo is a type of berry that has developed a hard exterior, such as the cucumber fruit. Another is the hesperidium, which has a thick, leathery outer layer, such as that found in citrus fruits, and fluid-containing vesicles within, which form the segments.
1. A small spot; speck
2. A small round mark: as a (1); a small point made with a pointed instrument (2); a small round mark used in orthography or punctuation; a centered point used as a multiplication sign (as in 6 y 5 = 30) c (1); a point after a note or rest in music indicating augmentation of the time value by one half (2); a point over or under a note indicating that it is to be played staccato
3. A precise point especially in time
4. The shorter of the two telegraphic signals used in Morse code; SYN. dit.