One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘This is reflected in the name ‘naseberry’ from the Spanish níspola and in the French nèfle d' Amérique.’
- ‘Then a fruit blend including apples and naseberries equivalent to a 20% glycolic acid peel is applied.’
- ‘Your tour starts with the fresh beverage of the day, which could be anything from a refreshing blend of pineapple and papaya to naseberry or mango.’
- ‘Other fruits such as naseberries, June plums and etioti apples are refreshing on a warm day.’
- ‘A unique combination of apple, grape and naseberry fruit pulp infuse natural fruit acids into the skin.’
Late 17th century: from Spanish and Portuguese néspera ‘medlar’ + berry.
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