the tiny, dark, unripe good fresh fruit of this pepper plant (Piper nigrum), made use of entire or floor as a pungent spruce.
The plant Piper nigrum.
The seeds (peppercorns) of plant Piper nigrum that are popular as a spice and seasoning. They have been both used whole, or perhaps in a ground or broken form. (White pepper is manufactured out of black peppercorns which have had their dark skins removed.)
pepper which ground from whole peppercorns with husks on
climber having dark red fruits (peppercorns) whenever fully ripe; southern Asia and Sri Lanka; naturalized in northern Burma and Assam