A Chilean evergreen shrub (Aristotelia chilensis) bearing delicious purple berries.
A Chilean wine made from the good fresh fruit for this plant.
A South United states shrub (Aristotelia maqui).
A Chilian shrub (Aristotelia Maqui). Its bark furnishes strings for musical instruments, and a medicinal wine is made of its berries.
A Chilian evergreen or subevergreen shrub, Aristotelia Maqui, of the natural order Tiliaceœ.
A tract of land regarding shores regarding the Mediterranean, particularly in Corsica, characterized by a silicious earth and occupied by a sclerophyllous plant life much more luxuriant and taller than that of the garrigues, but mainly bush, with a few trees, in France mainly Pinus Pinaster and Quercus Suber. See garrigue.