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NOUN:   1. A Mediterranean evergreen tree (Olea europaea) having fragrant white flowers, usually lance-shaped leathery leaves, and edible drupes. 2. The small ovoid fruit of this tree, an important food and source of oil. 3. A yellow green of low to medium lightness and low to moderate saturation.
ETYMOLOGY:   Middle English, from Latin olva, from Greek *elaiw, elai.
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