"I hate married people who are two in one—stuck together like two jujube lozenges," said Lilly.
In Algeria the jujube is only cultivated or half-wild.953 So also in Spain.
She knew that he had become fond of sweetmeats, and offered him some marshmallow and jujube lozenges.
There 'r' jujube paste patties, macaroons, and sangaree, Mars' Li'nel.
The fruit of this jujube is not worthy of attention except from an historical point of view.
In size, the character of its trunk and its leaves, it closely resembles the jujube tree.
An Abernethy biscuit and perhaps if they are good a jujube, and then ‘Good night,’ and down with their head on the pillow.
Cyprus had once a lucrative trade with Syria, in the oil extracted from the seed of the jujube tree.
Nearing their own hamlet, they came on two young fellows chopping down small trees of the kind called date (a jujube or rhamnus).
O Rakshasas, I have come with my brothers to the jujube named Visala.
late 14c., "date-like fruit from a tree found in Asia," from Medieval Latin jujuba (plural), from Late Latin zizyphum, from zizyphus, an Asiatic tree with datelike fruit, from Greek zizyphon, from Persian zayzafun. The meaning "soft candy with date-like flavor" first recorded 1835.