A spiny European shrub (Ribes uva-crispa) having lobed leaves, greenish flowers, and delicious greenish to yellowish or red berries.
The good fresh fruit of the plant.
any one of a few flowers bearing comparable fruit.
A fruit closely pertaining to the currant.
any one of many not related fruits, for instance the Chinese gooseberry (kiwifruit) and Indian gooseberry (amla).
an extra one who is neither needed nor wanted in certain circumstance.
Any thorny shrub regarding the genus Ribes; also, the delicious fruits of these shrub. There are several types, of which Ribes Grossularia could be the one frequently developed.
A silly individual; a goose cap.
The berry or fresh fruit of a plant regarding the genus Ribes, or the plant it self; in botany, a general term for the types of the genus Ribes which are part of the area Grossularia, since the title currant is put on those regarding the section Ribesia.
A silly individual; a goosecap.
The farkleberry, Batodendron arboreum: doubtless so named from its somewhat similar fruit. See farkleberry.
The Coromandel goosebery (which see).
One of several types of Polycodium. See squaw-huckleberry.
currant-like berry made use of mainly in jams and jellies
spiny Eurasian shrub having greenish purple-tinged blossoms and ovoid yellow-green or red-purple fruits