English - Turkish

  1. karpuz isim
  2. (isim) karpuz
  3. karpuzu
  4. Citrullus vulgaris

English - English

  1. A plant of the genus Citrullus, a variety of melon
  2. The fruit of the watermelon plant, having a green rind and watery flesh that is bright red when ripe and contains black pips
  3. An environmentalist with socialist leanings (from the similarity to the fruit, being green on the outside, and red on the inside)
  4. large oblong or roundish melon with a hard green rind and sweet watery red or occasionally yellowish pulp an African melon
  5. of Melon
  6. An environmentalist with socialist leanings (from the similarily to the fruit, being green on the outside, and red on the inside)
  7. See Illust
  8. Large seedy, watery fruit, green on the outside, red in the inside Recently, seedless watermelons have become available as well
  9. Tarbooz Fruit
  10. Originally from Africa, this melon has a sweet, moist red flesh Asians roast the seeds, and pickled watermelon rind is popular in some parts of the world If slapping the watermelon returns a resounding hollow thump, it is ripe
  11. Watermelon has been popular throughout the world, beginning with the Egyptians more than 5,000 years ago It is said that explorer David Livingstone found watermelon vines in the Kalahari Desert in the 1850s Many historians theorize that watermelons could also have originated in the U S , since French explorers found Native Americans growing watermelons in the Mississippi Valley According to a number of sources, watermelon ripeness is primarily determined by three things: the fruit feels heavy for its size, its skin has a healthy sheen, and the underside of the fruit (where it sat on the ground) has turned a pale, buttery yellow Look for watermelons that are symmetrical and free of bruises, cuts, and dents
  12. A watermelon is a large round fruit with green skin, pink flesh, and black seeds. Succulent fruit of Citrullus lanatus (formerly C. vulgaris), in the gourd family, native to tropical Africa and cultivated on every continent except Antarctica. The vines spread across the ground with branched tendrils, deeply cut leaves, and light-yellow flowers. Each vine bears 2-15 large, reddish, white, or yellow, sweet, very juicy fruits with flat black seeds. Varieties differ in flesh color, shape, and rind thickness. The rind may be preserved as a pickle
  13. large vine-grown fruit that has a tough green rind and sweet juicy reddish flesh; vine on which watermelons are grown isim
  14. a large fruit with a green skin and a watery pink flesh
  15. The fruit sometimes weighs many pounds; its pulp is usually pink in color, and full of a sweet watery juice
  16. It is a native of tropical Africa, but is now cultivated in many countries
  17. The very large ovoid or roundish fruit of a cucurbitaceous plant (Citrullus vulgaris) of many varieties; also, the plant itself
  18. large oblong or roundish melon with a hard green rind and sweet watery red or occasionally yellowish pulp
  19. an African melon
  20. tsamma (Watermelon..)
  21. makataan (Watermelon..)
  22. plural of watermelon (watermelons)

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