The guava tree is small and resembles our young cherry trees.
Those I bought were of guava, cashew apple, citron, and lime.
This guava has the same general characteristics as the preceding variety.
This guava is the source of the famous guava jelly of commerce.
Even the brushwood is a fruit tree, namely, the guava, which from its abundance is as noxious as a weed.
The balance and my supply of guava jelly was taken to a boarding-house.
And of all the oranges that ever you saw, and the guava jelly, and the pine-apples!
The captain put up his hand and found—the skin of his guava.
A tablespoonful of guava jelly administers a fine flavour to a bowl of Punch.
A decoction of the root of the guava is used in cases of fever.
1550s, from Spanish guaya, variant of guayaba, from Arawakan (W. Indies) guayabo "guava tree" or Tupi guajava.