/ (ɛˈtɪərɪəʊ) /
an aggregate fruit, as one consisting of drupes (raspberry) or achenes (traveller's joy)
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Word Origin for etaerio
C19: from French etairion, from Greek hetaireia association
Words nearby etaerio
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Example sentences from the Web for etaerio
In the raspberry and bramble several small drupes or drupels are aggregated so as to constitute an etaerio.