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  1. pluotnoun

    A fruit which is a plum-apricot cross, featuring more characteristics of plums than those of apricots

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  1. Pluot

    Pluots, apriums, apriplums, plumcots or pluclots are some of the hybrids between different Prunus species that are also called interspecific plums. Whereas plumcots and apriplums are first-generation hybrids between a plum parent (P. salicina) and an apricot (P. armeniaca), pluots and apriums are later-generations. Both names "plumcot" and "apriplum" have been used for trees derived from a plum seed parent, and are therefore equivalent.

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  1. Pluot

    Pluots, apriums, apriplums, or plumcots, are some of the hybrids between different Prunus species that are also called interspecific plums. In the United States, these fruit are known by most regulatory agencies as interspecific plums. Whereas plumcots and apriplums are first-generation hybrids between a plum parent, and an apricot, pluots and apriums are later-generations. Both names "plumcot" and "apriplum" have been used for trees derived from a plum seed parent, and are therefore equivalent.

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  1. pluto

  2. Pluto

  3. poult

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of pluot in Chaldean Numerology is: 1

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of pluot in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3


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