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raspis (plural raspises)

  1. (obsolete) a raspberry
    • 1597, William Langham, The Garden of Health,[1]
      It were good to keepe some of the juyce of raspis-berries in some wooden vessel, and to make it, as it were, raspis wine.
    • 1677, Hannah Woolley, The Compleat Servant-Maid, London: T. Passinger, p. 8,[2]
      In this manner you may preserve Raspices and Mulberries.

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raspis

  1. past of raspi

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raspis

  1. past of raspar