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doom palm definition

  • noun:
    • A palm (Hyphaene thebaica) native to the Nile Valley of northeast Africa and having oblong or ovoid fruits the dimensions of an orange with an exceptional aroma and style. Also known as doum, gingerbread palm.
    • A palm (Hyphaene thebaica) indigenous to the Nile Valley of northeast Africa and having oblong or ovoid fresh fruits the size of an orange with an exceptional aroma and style. Also called doum, gingerbread palm.
    • A palm (Hyphaene thebaica) native to the Nile Valley of northeast Africa and having oblong or ovoid fresh fruits the size of an orange with a distinctive aroma and flavor. Also known as doum, gingerbread palm.
    • A palm (Hyphaene thebaica) indigenous to the Nile Valley of northeast Africa and having oblong or ovoid fruits how big an orange with a unique aroma and flavor. Also referred to as doum, gingerbread hand.
    • A palm (Hyphaene thebaica) native to the Nile Valley of northeast Africa and achieving oblong or ovoid fresh fruits the dimensions of an orange with a distinctive aroma and taste. Also known as doum, gingerbread palm.
  • others:
    • A species of palm-tree (Hyphæne Thebaica), highly respected for the fibrous pulp of its fruit, with the flavor of gingerbread, and it is largely eaten in Egypt and Abyssinia.
    • A species of palm tree (Hyphæne Thebaica), very valued when it comes to fibrous pulp of the good fresh fruit, which includes the flavor of gingerbread, and is largely consumed in Egypt and Abyssinia.
    • A species of palm-tree (Hyphæne Thebaica), very appreciated for fibrous pulp of their fresh fruit, that has the taste of gingerbread, and is mainly consumed in Egypt and Abyssinia.
    • A species of palm-tree (Hyphæne Thebaica), extremely valued for fibrous pulp of its fruit, which includes the taste of gingerbread, and it is mainly consumed in Egypt and Abyssinia.
    • A species of palm tree (Hyphæne Thebaica), highly respected for fibrous pulp of its fruit, with the taste of gingerbread, and it is largely eaten in Egypt and Abyssinia.
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