Whole allspice berries.
- a West Indian tree (Pimenta dioica) of the myrtle family
- its berry
- the spice made from this berry: so called because its flavor seems to combine the tastes of several spices
- An evergreen tree (Pimenta dioica) native to the West Indies, Mexico, and Central America, having opposite, simple leaves and white flowers clustered in cymes.
- The dried, nearly ripe berries of this plant, used as a spice. In both senses also called pimento.
(countable and uncountable, plural allspices)