can|dle|ber|ry

can|dle|ber|ry
can|dle|ber|ry «KAN duhl BEHR ee», noun, plural -ries.
1. a) = wax myrtle. (Cf.wax myrtle) b) = bayberry. (Cf.bayberry)
2. = candlenut. (Cf.candlenut)
3. the fruit of any of these plants.

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