the fruit of the coconut palm, consisting of a thick, fibrous, brown, oval husk under which there is a thin, hard shell enclosing a layer of edible white meat: the hollow center is filled with a sweet, milky fluid called
See coconut in American Heritage Dictionary 4
The fruit of the coconut palm, consisting of a fibrous husk surrounding a large seed.
The large, brown, hard-shelled seed of the coconut, containing white flesh surrounding a partially fluid-filled central cavity.
The edible white flesh of the coconut, often shredded and used in food and confections or for the extraction of coconut oil.
A coconut palm.
Origin: Portuguese côco, grinning skull, goblin, coconut (probably from Late Latin coccum, shell; see cocoon)