/plum"kot/, n.
1. a hybrid tree produced by crossing the apricot and the plum.
2. the fruit of this tree.

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  • plumcot — noun A hybrid fruit of plum and apricot …   Wiktionary

  • plumcot — plum·cot …   English syllables

  • plumcot — /ˈplʌmkɒt/ (say plumkot) noun a first generation hybrid of a plum and apricot, with fruit the shape of a plum and the texture and colour of an apricot, having an intense sweet flavour. Compare pluot. {plum1 + (apri)cot} …   Australian English dictionary

  • plumcot tree — noun hybrid produced by crossing Prunus domestica and Prunus armeniaca • Syn: ↑plumcot • Hypernyms: ↑fruit tree • Member Holonyms: ↑Prunus, ↑genus Prunus • Part Meronyms: ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • Pluot — A pluot ( plü ot ) is a tradename for a fruit developed in the late 20th century by Floyd Zaiger. [ [] ] In the United States, the fruit is known by most regulatory agencies as an interspecific plum. [… …   Wikipedia

  • Aprium — An aprium, a relatively recent creation that was produced in the late 1980s by Floyd Zaiger. Apriums are complex crosses of plums and apricots, requiring several generations of crosses to create a new fruit.Comprised genetically of ¼ plum and ¾… …   Wikipedia

  • Peacotum — A peacotum is a peach/apricot/plum hybrid, said to taste similar to fruit punch, trademarked by Zaiger s Genetics, a company that develops novel fruit through deliberate hybridization. An application to trademark the name nectacotum in the USA… …   Wikipedia

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