arguta

arguta

[ahr-gyoo-tuh]
noun
the green, smooth-skinned, edible fruit of an Asian vine, Actinidia arguta.

Origin:
< Neo-Latin, the species name, feminine of Latin argūtus pungent, sharp, producing a clear, constant sound, past participle of arguere; see argue

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