Definition for PEACH

PEACH, n. [Fr. pĂȘche; It. pesca; Arm. pechesen.]

A tree and its fruit, of the genus Persica or Amygdalus, of many varieties. This is a delicious fruit, the produce of warm or temperate climates. In America, the peach thrives and comes to perfection in the neighborhood of Boston, northward of which it usually fails.

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