Apple (noun)

  1. A round fruit with a red, green, or yellow skin and a core of small seeds in the middle.
  2. Used in idiomatic expressions like "apple of one"s eye" to denote something or someone highly valued or cherished.

Origin:

Old english æppel, of germanic origin; related to dutch appel and german apfel.

Examples:

  1. She picked an apple from the tree and took a bite.
  2. The teacher gave the student an apple as a reward.
  3. He made a pie with apples he picked from the orchard.
  4. The doctor told him to eat an apple a day to keep the doctor away.
  5. The apple of his eye, his granddaughter, was the light of his life.
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