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English → English (gcide) Definition: Capsicum annuum Paprika \Pa"pri*ka\, n. Also Paprica \Pa"pri*ca\ [Hung. paprika Turkish pepper; prob. through G.] The dried ripened fruit of Capsicum annuum or various other species of pepper; also, the mildly pungent condiment prepared from it. [Webster 1913 Suppl.] Bell pepper \Bell" pep`per\ (Bot.) A species of Capsicum, or Guinea pepper (Capsicum annuum). It is the red pepper of the gardens. [1913 Webster] Capsaicin \Cap*sa"i*cin\, n. [From Capsicum.] (Chem.) A colorless crystalline substance extracted from the Capsicum annuum, and giving off vapors of intense acridity. [1913 Webster] Capsicine \Cap"si*cine\, n. [From Capsicum.] (Chem.) A volatile alkaloid extracted from Capsicum annuum or from capsicin. [1913 Webster] Capsicum \Cap"si*cum\ (k[a^]p"s[i^]*k[u^]m), n. [NL., fr. L. capsa box, chest.] (Bot.) A genus of plants of many species, producing capsules or dry berries of various forms, which have an exceedingly pungent, biting taste, and when ground form the red or Cayenne pepper of commerce. [1913 Webster] Note: The most important species are Capsicum baccatum or bird pepper, Capsicum fastigiatum or chili pepper, Capsicum frutescens or spur pepper, and Capsicum annuum or Guinea pepper, which includes the bell pepper and other common garden varieties. The fruit is much used, both in its green and ripe state, in pickles and in cookery. See Cayenne pepper. [1913 Webster] Cayenne \Cay*enne\, n. [From Cayenne, a town and island in French Guiana, South America.] Cayenne pepper. [1913 Webster] Cayenne pepper. (a) (Bot.) A species of Capsicum (Capsicum frutescens) with small and intensely pungent fruit. (b) A very pungent spice made by drying and grinding the fruits or seeds of several species of the genus Capsicum, esp. Capsicum annuum and Capsicum Frutescens ; -- called also red pepper. It is used chiefly as a condiment. [1913 Webster]


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