What Does Pomegranate Mean?


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The Pomegranate basically is a fruit-bearing deciduous plant or diminutive tree rising up to 5-8 m in height. The pomegranate is local from Iran extending up to the Himalayas in the northern India and was refined and established over the entire Mediterranean area counting Armenia.

It was cultivated on a large scale in Iran, India and through the drier regions of Southeast Asia, Malaya, the East Indies and even in tropical Africa. This plant was introduced in California by Spanish colonisers in the year 1769. It America it is cultivated because of its fruits primarily in the drier regions like California and Arizona.

The term pomegranate come from the Latin term pomum meaning apple and granatus meaning seeded. This has inspired the widespread name of pomegranate in a number of languages.

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