What is another name for Chinese gooseberries?
Kiwifruit or Kiwi is another name for Chinese gooseberries [Actinidia deliciosa]. Other common names include Wood berry, Wonder or Unusual fruit, Vine or Macaque pear, Sunny or Macaque peach, and Hairy bush fruit. The name 'Chinese gooseberry' honors the plant's native range in China, and the plant's flavor reminiscent of the unrelated gooseberry [Grossulariaceae family]. The name 'kiwi' honors its New Zealand growers and exporters.
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The exact reason is not known but many expect that it is a corruption of the old german, french or dutch names for the plant. However, it is also likely that it was just named "gooseberry" and not actually a corruption of another word. Many plants have been named after animals for no apparent reason… such as fox grapes and buffaloberries. according to wikipedia The first part of the word has been usually treated as an etymological corruption either of the Dutch word Kruisbezie or the allied German Krausbeere , or of the earlier forms of the French groseille . Alternatively the word has been connected to the Middle high German krus (curl, crisped), in Latin as grossularia . However, the New English Dictionary takes the obvious derivation from goose and berry as probable; the grounds on which plants and fruits have received names associating them with animals are so often inexplicable, that the inappropriateness in the meaning does not necessarily give good grounds for believing that the word is an etymological corruption. ( Full Answer )
Gooseberry is a fruit that geese make by eating berrys and then making them come out the other side. They the add a bit of dirt and water, and that makes gooseberry.
Chinese Gooseberries are native to north-central and eastern Chinaare more commonly known as Kiwifruit. Note: Some people may know ofthem as "kiwis", this is the name for one of New Zealands nativebirds, and the nickname for New Zealanders. It is not the correctname for the fruit.
Chinese Gooseberries . Chinese gooseberries (kiwifruit) carrying the ZESPRI label are something special - juicy, delicious, nutritious. And just as they are great to eat, so are they guaranteed safe to eat. That's because at ZESPRI we have designed a system to ensure that every step of the way fr…om orchard to retailer, every ZESPRIâ¢ Kiwi fruit is tops in quality and safety. The company's distribution and marketing networks are segmented to meet the needs of specific markets and individual customers, from large supermarket chains to wholesalers. Long term relationships and marketing programmes give ZESPRI a good base from which to provide direct customer support and increase awareness of the brand and its values. The result is sales which are successful for all parties. The ZESPRI Innovation Company, our Research and Development unit, has helped develop: - A unique, world-leading, orchard management programme, ZESPRIâ¢ KiwiGreen, that is safe and environmentally friendly. - A quality assurance system that can trace a ZESPRIâ¢ Kiwi fruit from the orchard where it is grown right through to the shop shelf, and guarantees quality and safety. New kiwi fruit varieties: - The exciting new ZESPRIâ¢ GOLD Kiwi fruit was developed by HortResearch in New Zealand and licensed exclusively to ZESPRI. - ZESPRIâ¢ ORGANIC Kiwi fruit - fruit that is always great and certified safe to eat - is grown to strict international standards certified by BIO-GRO New Zealand. ( Full Answer )
"Chinese apples" are Pomegranates! They are NOT oranges. I thought Chinese Apples referred to oranges. One of the words for referring to oranges in German is Apfelsinne (Chinese apple), and people living in the Caribbean (Dominican Republic especially) call oranges "Chinitas" (literally little Ch…inese ones). ( Full Answer )
Chinese gooseberries are from china but is now called kiwifruit or shorted to just kiwi, name after the animal kiwi (a brown flightless bird and New Zealand's National Symbol) and Kiwi is also the colloquial name for the New Zealand people kiwifruit is grown in New Zealand, Italy, Chile, France,… Greece, Japan, Iran, United States, Canada and Cambodia ( Full Answer )
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Italy is the leading grower and producer of Chinese gooseberries [Actinidia deliciosa]. Other important countries in Chinese gooseberry production include Chile , China , France , Greece , Japan , New Zealand , and the United States of America. But the woody vine may be grown in just about …any temperate climate that includes an adequate amount of hot summer days. The Chinese gooseberry is native to northeast Asia, and most particularly to south China. In fact, it's the national fruit of the People's Republic of China. In China, its original name is 'yáng táo' ['sunny peach'] and 'Mihou tao' ['Macaque peach']. But it may be known best as the kiwifruit. That's the name by which it's known among New Zealand fruit exporters and their clients. It's called Chinese, out of respect to the fruit's origins. But it isn't called gooseberry, because of any relationship to gooseberries [of the Grossulariaceae family]. Instead, the Chinese gooseberry, or kiwifruit, is in the Actinidiaceae family. ( Full Answer )
çç´æ¡ Mi(2) Hou(2) Tao(2). It's also the Chinese name for Kiwi Fruit. Chinese gooseberry is an older, common name for the fruit of a woody vine of New Zealand. It's marketed as kiwifruit . Its scientific name is Actinidia deliciosa . A kiwi.
No,. Although the lychee looks more like a gooseberry, the "Chinese Gooseberry" is actually a reference to a Kiwi Fruit.
Yes, gooseberries can be frozen. The gooseberries can be frozen ina freezer bag or in a freezer safe container.
Kiwifruit But its not a botanical name, its a trade name invented by New Zealand fruit traders.
Chinese gooseberries or kiwifruit originated in northern China.There also are different species that are found in India and Japan.Today, kiwifruit is grown in many countries like New Zealand.
The origin of the English word 'gooseberry' [ Ribes uva-crispa ] has topological origin. The generic is the simple joining of the words 'goose' and 'berry'and the shape of fruit globose varying in color with a dry petals at the apex that look like goose head .There's no consensus as to why the two… words are joined. But one believable explanation emerges from the history of foods in the United Kingdom as a common berry used by commoners to make juice and syrup for jams or jellies easily digested. Gooseberries have been used in a green sauce of butter, sorrel juice, and sugar for boiled leg of lamb, goose , and mackerel at least since the time of the reign [March 8, 1702-August 1, 1714] of Queen Anne [February 6, 1665-August 1, 1714]. Some opine that the word came into English by way of the Dutch , French or German languages. Those who opt for a Dutch origin trace the English word back to 'Kruisbezie'. Those who opt for a French origin backtrack to 'groseille'. And those who opt for a German origin track back to 'Krausbeere'. Of the possible sources, a French origin has the persuasive link back to the Latin grossularia. And the gooseberry is a relative of currants. It's even possible to form the hybrid Jostaberry [ Ribes x culverwelli , R. nidigularia , R. x nidigularia , R. nigrum x uva-crispa ] from gooseberry and blackcurrant [ Ribes nigrum ]. ( Full Answer )
There are numerous regional branches of Chinese opera, of which the Beijing 'Jingju' opera is one of the most notable.
GOOSEBERRIES refers to the fruit from a flowering shrub, and is pronounced as "goose" and "berries" (GOOS-beh-rees).
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The fruit, borne singly or in pairs at the axils, is a berry withmany minute seeds at the center. A gooseberry may be green, white(gray-green), yellow, or shades of red from pink to purple toalmost black. Fruits of the European gooseberry may be very large,like a small plum, but are usually 1 inch l…ong, less in width.American gooseberry fruits are smaller (to 1/2 inch), perfectlyround, all becoming pink to wine-red at maturity. Skin color ismost intense in full sunlight. Berries generally drop whenoverripe. The fruit has a flavor all its own, the best dessertcultivars as luscious as the best apple, strawberry or grape. ( Full Answer )
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The 'yuan' is one name. yuan is the name of the denomination being used. The correct name of the currency = Renminbi. since most western countries don't distinguish between denomination & currency, it's the same name as the currency. But it's distinguished in Chinese. Renminbi = currency…. yuan = denomination. RMB/Renminbi: Yuan [compare to US "dollar bill"] > jiao [compare to US "dime"] > fen [compare to US "penny"]. 10 jiao = 1 yuan just like 10 US dimes = 1 US dollar. 1 yuan = 100 fen just like 1 US dollar = 100 US pennies. There's no equivalent to the US quarter in RMBs. Saying "1 yuan RMB" = saying "1 dollar [denomination: 1,5,10,20, 50, 100, etc... dollars] (in) US dollars [currency]". ( Full Answer )
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The Chinese gooseberry is better known as the Kiwi Fruit. It is native to China but has been cultivated the world over.
If you are referring to the 'Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals', the association is known by different Chinese names in different countries. Most fall under 2 variations: å¨ç©ä¿æ¤åä¼ --> lit. meaning 'animal protection society' dong(4) wu(4) bao(3) hu(4…) xie(2) hui(4) or é²æ¢èå¾ å¨ç©åä¼ --> lit. meaning 'prevention of animal cruelty society' fang(2) zhi(3) nÃ¼Ã¨(4) dai(4) dong(4) wu(4) xie(2) hui(4) ( Full Answer )
Disease features prominently in Chekhov's stories, and his protagonists often suffer tragic and untimely deaths. It is unsurprising that the author seems haunted by the notion of infirmity, since he was plagued by tuberculosis for most of his adult life and died of the disease at the age of forty-fo…ur. Often-as in The Black Monk and The Grasshopper -disease acts as a physical representation of a character's psychological turmoil. Osip sickens in The Grasshopper because he is depressed about his wife's infidelity, while Chekhov subtly blends the symptoms of Kovrin's mental illness with those of tuberculosis in The Black Monk. But the author's recurring use of this theme is neither pathological nor self-pitying; Chekhov recognizes man's subservience to forces greater than his or her own will. The author uses the symbolic power of his dying protagonists-such as Kovrin in The Black Monk or Rabin in Ward No. six -to emphasize life's transience as well as humankind's subservience to the whims of fate. Chekhov also examines disease as a reflection of social degeneration. For example, Kovrin's psychosis- which ruins his marriage, kills his father- in-law and wrecks Yegor's prized orchard-seems to symbolize the disintegration of society at large. Chekhov thus focuses on disease to indicate individual frailty as well as the growing conflicts within society. Chekhov's stories examine many kinds of disappointment and failed ideals. Often the protagonists are disillusioned by events that force them to reevaluate their personal philosophies and understanding of the world, and this disillusionment usually occurs toward the end of stories. Such climaxes range from the mildly pathetic-as when the narrator in The Night Before Easter sees Jerome in daylight and realizes that he is just an ordinary man, to the monumentally tragic-such as Rabin's incarceration in Ward No. six and his subsequent nervous breakdown. The protagonists of The Darling and My Life also tackle frustrated dreams, loneliness, and the breakdown of romantic ties, but they never fundamentally alter their view of the world. Consequently, we see that Chekhov's tales conclude with either a moment of revelation or anti-climax (these endings have been termed "zero" and "surprise" endings, respectively.) His protagonists are either crushed by their sense of disillusionment with the world, or they hold out hope in a better future. ( Full Answer )
Gooseberries varie in colors. They can be red , or deep purple after they are finished growing, when they are growing they are green . So the answer to your question- green , red , and purple .
well, the Chinese names arent like ours. they still have first and last names but the last name comes first when they are first born. ex. Americans: Harry Cook Chinese:Cook Harry
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its the same because its a name it only changes if its a thing like dog to perro.(english to spanish)
What is the name of the Chinese cartoon show of a girl from another world who becomes best friend with a girl on earth and she a witch?
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Large quantitys of fermented gooseberry juice may make you sick, but so will a 24 of beer. My grandma made pies and wine.
they call it"mi Hou tao "(çç´æ¡).mi hou is a kind of small monkey which has brown furry heads like kiwifruits.tao is kind of like peach.im studying in beijing now.
No. A kiwi is a bird. A gooseberry is a fruit. The gooseberry is also different from the kiwifruit . The gooseberry is a berry, while the kiwifruit is a vine fruit.
The Chinese Gooseberry is the Kiwi fruit. Given the name Kiwi because they are very much grown in New Zealand, whose people are known as 'Kiwis' after one of their unique birds. The outer skin is brown or golden brown. The colour of the flesh of the original fruit was bright green. Now there are …fruit with gold coloured flesh too. ( Full Answer )
A Chinese cymbal is an instrument that makes a dark explosive tone. A crash is also an instrument that is round and thin and make a high pitch sound. So it really is up what the person on whether to get a Chinese cymbal or a crash.
ä½ å«ä»ä¹åå nÇ jiÃ o shÃ©nme mÃngzÃ¬? Listen Chinese Translation: ä½ å«ä»ä¹åå Chinese Pinyin: nÇ jiÃ o shÃ©nme mÃngzÃ¬? Literal Meaning: You called what name?
They're usually sold as kiwi fruit. They come from New Zealandwhere the kiwi is both an iconic bird and the the nickname forpeople from that country. It's also considered to sound moreappetizing than "gooseberry."
Chinese Gooseberries are more commonly known as Kiwifruit and arenative to north-central and eastern China.