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.


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


  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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