karanda

karanda

[kuh-ruhn-duh]
noun
an Indian shrub or small tree, Carissa carandas, of the dogbane family, having white or pink flowers and reddish-black berries.

Origin:
< Hindi karauṁdā < Sanskrit karamarda, karamardaka; compare Pali, Prakrit karamadda

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