Indian-mulberry meaning

A small tree of the madder family found from India to Australasia, characterized by shiny leaves, white flowers, and fleshy, yellowish fruit; Morinda citrifolia.
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Origin of indian-mulberry

  • So called because it is cultivated in India

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • So named for being mulberry-like and found in India.

    From Wiktionary