Dictionary of the word “Durião”

Meaning of the word

Durião is a tropical fruit originating from Southeast Asia, known for its strong and characteristic smell. It has a spinous bark and a creamy and sweet pulp, being considered a delicacy in some countries.

Origin of the word

The word “Durião” originates in the Malay “Durian”, which in turn derives from the Javanese “Duri”, which means “thorn”. This origin is related to the thorny peel of the fruit.

Word adverbs

Adverbs related to the word “durião” can be: intensely, strongly, characteristically.

Conjunctions of the word

conjunctions related to the word “durião” can be: and, however, however.

Synonyms of the word

Some synonyms for “Durião” are: Conde fruit, jackfruit, carambola, pitanga, soursop.

Word Definitions

  1. Tropical fruit with spinked peel and sweet pulp.
  2. delicacy appreciated in some countries of Southeast Asia.

Phrases that the word applies

1. I bought a durião in the market to try.

2. The smell of the durião is very strong for some people.

Examples of the word in text

Durião is an exotic fruit much appreciated in Asian cuisine. Its creamy pulp is used in various recipes, such as ice cream, sweets and juices. Despite its peculiar smell, many people consider the Durião a true delight.

Rhymes with the word

1. Pineapple

2. Kiwi

3. Passion Fruit

4. Tangerine

Anagrams with the word

1. Noduri


3. Induction

4. Ronded

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