The edible drupaceous fruit of the Prunus domestica, and of several other species of Prunus; also, the tree itself, usually called plum tree.
A grape dried in the sun; a raisin.
A color resembling that of a plum; a slightly grayish deep purple, varying somewhat in its red or blue tint.
A big juicy fat major setup of epic proportion
a dark reddish purple (the color of the fruit; plum....)
any of several trees producing edible oval smooth-skinned fruit with a single hard stone
any of numerous varieties of small to medium-sized round or oval smooth-skinned fruit with a single pit
a fruit type with a lot of varieties
a good thing and pretty sweet
a sweet, juicy, purple fruit
The fruit of deciduous trees "Prunus domestica" and other "Prunus" spp. with yellow through purple skin usually with a fine bloom of wild yeast, a central stone and a generally sweet flesh. There are many varieties, while dried plums are known as prunes.
A small to medium-sized ovoid or spherical stone fruit (Prunus domestica) that grows in clusters; has a smooth skin that can be yellow, green, red, purple or indigo blue, a juicy flesh, large pit and sweet flavor.
A heavy yellow to reddish brown wood used as inlay.
There are hundreds of varieties of this edible fruit. Colors include blue, green, purple, red, and yellow. The flesh is thick and juicy and the flavor ranges from sweet to tart. Plums are eaten out-of-hand and used in sauces and desserts.