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あんず飴 [あんずあめ] /(n) (See りんご飴・りんごあめ) candy-coated fruit (usu. a plum) on a stick

プラム /(n) plum

プラムケーキ;プラム・ケーキ /(n) plum cake

プラムプディング;プラム・プディング /(n) Christmas pudding/plum pudding

ヨーロッパ李 [ヨーロッパすもも] /(n) common European plum

塩梅 [えんばい] /(n) (1) (arch) (originally, esp. salt and plum vinegar) seasoning/flavour/flavor/(2) (arch) serving one's lord well (of a retainer)

牡丹杏 [ぼたんきょう] /(n) (See 李) variety of Japanese plum

果実酒 [かじつしゅ] /(n) fruit wine (e.g. cider, wine, plum liquor)/fruit liqueur

寒紅梅 [かんこうばい] /(n) winter plum tree with reddish blossoms

寒梅 [かんばい] /(n) (1) plum tree which blossoms in winter/early-flowering plum tree/(2) early plum blossoms

観梅 [かんばい] /(n) plum blossom viewing

犬槙 [いぬまき;イヌマキ] /(n) (uk) yew plum pine (Podocarpus macrophyllus)

犬榧 [いぬがや;イヌガヤ] /(n) (uk) Japanese plum-yew (Cephalotaxus harringtonia)/Harrington's cephalotaxus/cowtail pine

五果;五菓 [ごか] /(n) (1) five fruits (peach, Japanese plum, apricot, jujube, Japanese chestnut)/(2) (五果 only) {Buddh} five types of effect in cause-and-effect relationships/(3) (五果 only) {Buddh} five effects of ignorance and formations on one's current life

紅梅 [こうばい(P);べにうめ(ik)] /(n) red-blossomed plum tree/red Japanese apricot

紅梅焼;紅梅焼き [こうばいやき] /(n) var. of senbei shaped like a Japanese plum

紅葉李 [べにばすもも] /(n) Prunus cerasifera var. atropurpurea/pissard plum

桜切る馬鹿梅切らぬ馬鹿 [さくらきるばかうめきらぬばか] /(exp) (proverb) prune your plum trees, but not your cherry trees

四君子 [しくんし] /(n) plum, chrysanthemum, orchid, and bamboo

枝垂れ梅;垂れ梅 [しだれうめ;ヒダレウメ] /(n) weeping plum (Prunus mume f. pendula)/weeping Japanese apricot

松竹梅 [しょうちくばい] /(n) (1) pine, bamboo and plum (together an auspicious grouping)/(2) (from 松 down to 梅) high, middle and low (ranking)/top, middle and bottom/upper, medium, lower/first, second and third (class)

西洋酸桃 [せいようすもも;セイヨウスモモ] /(n) (uk) common plum (Prunus domestica)/European plum

青梅 [あおうめ] /(n) unripe plum

赤酢 [あかず] /(n) (1) {food} red vinegar made from fermented sake lees/(2) {food} (See 白酢・1) plum vinegar with perilla leaves added

早梅 [そうばい] /(n) early-blooming plum tree

天神 [てんじん] /(n) (1) (also pronounced てんしん) heavenly god/heavenly gods/(2) spirit of Sugawara no Michizane/(3) (See 天満宮) Tenmangu shrine (dedicated to Michizane's spirit)/(4) (col) (See 梅干し) pit of a dried plum/dried plum/(5) (abbr) (See 天神髷) tenjin hairstyle/(6) prostitute of the second-highest class (Edo period)

桃李 [とうり] /(n) (1) peach and plum/(2) (See 桃李もの言わざれども下自ら蹊を成す) person of one's recommendation

豆柿 [まめがき;マメガキ] /(n) date-plum (Diospyros lotus)/Caucasian persimmon/lilac persimmon

巴旦杏 [はたんきょう] /(n) plum/almond

梅(P);楳 [うめ(P);むめ(ok);ウメ] /(n) (1) Japanese apricot (Prunus mume)/Chinese plum/(2) lowest (of a three-tier ranking system)

梅園 [ばいえん] /(n) plum garden or orchard

梅花 [ばいか] /(n) ume (plum) blossoms

梅花 [もいか] /(n) (obsc) plum blossom design/silk fabric with a plum blossom design

梅花祭 [ばいかさい] /(n) Plum Blossom Festival (Kitano Shrine, Feb. 25)

梅干し(P);梅干(P) [うめぼし] /(n) umeboshi/pickled ume/pickled plum

梅見 [うめみ] /(n) (See 花見) plum-blossom viewing

梅酒 [うめしゅ] /(n) (See 梅・うめ・1) ume liqueur/Japanese plum brandy/unripe ume infused in liquor (esp. shochu) with added sugar

梅酢 [うめず] /(n) plum vinegar/(salted) plum juice

梅肉 [ばいにく] /(n) shredded dried plum/plum pulp

梅林 [ばいりん] /(n) ume (plum) grove

梅暦 [うめごよみ] /(n) plum blossoms (as a harbinger of spring)

白酢 [しろず] /(n) (1) (See ホワイトビネガー,梅酢・うめず) white vinegar/plum vinegar made without perilla/(2) {food} dressing consisting of a dashi-diluted mixture of vinegar, ground sesame, tofu, sugar and salt

白梅 [しらうめ;はくばい] /(n) white plum blossoms/white Japanese apricot/white-blossomed plum

福茶 [ふくちゃ] /(n) lucky tea (var. of tea made from sea tangle, black soybeans, pepper, pickled plums, etc. and drunk on festive occasions)/New Year tea

盆梅 [ぼんばい] /(n) plum bonsai

槙;真木;槇(oK) [まき;マキ] /(n) (uk) (See 犬槙) yew plum pine (Podocarpus macrophyllus)

羅漢槙 [らかんまき;ラカンマキ] /(n) (uk) (See 犬槙) Podocarpus macrophyllus var. maki (variety of yew plum pine)

李;酸桃 [すもも;スモモ] /(n) (uk) Japanese plum (Prunus salicina)/Chinese plum

李下 [りか] /(n) (See スモモ) underneath a Japanese plum tree

李下に冠を正さず;李下に冠を整さず [りかにかんむりをたださず] /(exp) (proverb) leave no room for scandal/don't do anything that can be misinterpreted/don't straighten your cap under a plum tree (because when you raise your hands it might look as if you're trying to steal the plums)

李花 [りか] /(n) plum blossoms

老梅 [ろうばい] /(n) old plum tree

These plums are ripe.
このプラムは食べごろだ。

We visited Mito Park, which is famous for its plum blossoms.
私たちは梅の花で有名な水戸公園を見に行った。

Plum blossoms come out in March.
梅の花は3月にさく。

The plum blossoms are at their best this week.
梅の花は今週が見所です。

But with practice, plums on peach trees.
花をつけない だが 上手く行けば 桃の木に プラムがなる

Caused by a magical plum tree that never Withers.
ハジメ島にある 枯れない梅と魔法により

Do you remember, I was punished once for eating some plums, and you were all dancing, and I sat in the study sobbing?
スモモのことで 皆の前で叱られて 独り部屋の中で 泣いたことがあったわ

Even if it's just plum wine, it's alcohol all the same!
梅酒だってお酒はお酒でしょう

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Dried grass plumes
乾燥ススキ

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Plums
スモモ

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Frozen plum fruit
冷凍スモモ

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Processed plums
加工スモモ

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Preserved plums
保存スモモ

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Plum juice
スモモ・ジュース

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Apricots, cherries, peaches (including nectarines), plums and sloes, fresh
あんず、さくらんぼ、桃(ネクタリンを含む。)、プラム及びスロー(生鮮のものに限る。)

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Plums and sloes
プラム及びスロー

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- Apricot, peach (including nectarine) or plum stones and kernels
− あんず、桃(ネクタリンを含む。)又はプラムの核及び仁

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1 Ume (fruit of Mume plum)
1 梅

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