1. any fruit, as a peach, cherry, plum, etc., consisting of an outer skin, a usually pulpy and succulent middle layer, and a hard and woody inner shell usually enclosing a single seed.
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Origin: 1745-55; < Latin drūpa, druppa overripe olive < Greek drýppa olive
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