rowanberry

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English[edit]

Rowan pomes ("berries")
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rowanberry (plural rowanberries)

  1. The small spherical fruits of the rowan or European rowan (Sorbus aucuparia), a species of rowan (Sorbus subg. Sorbus), native to most of Europe except for the far south, and northern Asia; the fruits are bitter and inedible if uncooked, but may be used in the making of jellies and jams.

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