What is the difference between loganberry and raspberry?

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Loganberry is a see also of raspberry.


As nouns the difference between loganberry and raspberry

is that loganberry is a hybrid berry, produced by crossing a raspberry with a blackberry, considered a species (taxlink), a variety (taxlink), or a nothospecies while raspberry is the plant (taxlink) or raspberry can be (pejorative|colloquial) a noise intended to imitate the passing of flatulence, made by blowing air out of the mouth while the tongue is protruding from and pressed against the lips, or by blowing air through the lips while they are pressed firmly together or against skin, used humorously or to express derision.

As a adjective raspberry is

containing or having the flavor/flavour of raspberries.

As a verb raspberry is

to gather or forage for or raspberry can be (colloquial) to make the noise intended to imitate the passing of flatulence.

loganberry

English

(wikipedia loganberry) (Rubus loganobaccus)

Noun

(loganberries)
  • A hybrid berry, produced by crossing a raspberry with a blackberry, considered a species .
  • * 2005 (Alan Hollinghurst), (The Line of Beauty) , (Bloomsbury Publishing, paperback edition, page 379)
  • Brad hesitated, peering at the grid of spun sugar that jutted from his loganberry parfait.

    raspberry

    Etymology 1

    From earlier raspis berry'', possibly from ''raspise'' (a sweet rose-colored wine), from Anglo-(etyl) ''vinum raspeys , of uncertain origin.

    Noun

    (raspberries)
  • The plant Rubus idaeus .
  • Any of many other (but not all) species in the genus Rubus .
  • The juicy aggregate fruit of these plants.
  • A (colour) red colour, the colour of a ripe raspberry.
  • Derived terms
    * black raspberry * raspberry vinegar * Scotland raspberry
    Synonyms
    * (obsolete) hindberry

    Adjective

    (-)
  • Containing or having the flavor/flavour of raspberries.
  • Of a dark pinkish red.
  • She wore a raspberry beret'' — lyrics of ''Raspberry Beret , by the musician

    Verb

  • To gather or forage for .
  • * 1903 , M. E. Waller, A Daughter of the Rich , Little, Brown, and Company (1903), page 137:
  • * 1917 , Lucy Maud Montgomery, Anne's House of Dreams , Chapter 37:
  • "Owen and she went raspberrying in the woods back of her farm," answered Anne. "They won't be back before supper timeā€”if then."
  • * 1944 , Cornelius Weygandt, The Heart of New Hampshire: Things Held Dear by Folks of the Old Stocks , G. P. Putnam's Sons (1944), page 129:
  • Mrs. Thrifty was picking pie cherries, two boys were raspberrying , and the fourth son, as I recall it, blueberrying.
  • * 1976 , Emily Ward, The Way Things Were: An Autobiography of Emily Ward , Newport Press (1976), page 4:
  • My mother told my sister Sally and me that if we were good little girls we might go raspberrying up on the mountains when the raspberries were ripe.
  • * 1988 , Charles McCarry, The Bride of the Wilderness , MysteriousPress.com (2011), ISBN 9781453232521, unnumbered page:
  • In strawberry time she had seen individual bears grazing in the meadows along the bluff, and later, while raspberrying , she heard one gobbling fruit and snorting on the other side of the bush.

    See also

    * * boysenberry * loganberry * salmonberry * tayberry * thimbleberry * whitebark raspberry

    Etymology 2

    Cockney rhyming slang raspberry tart'', for ''fart . However raspberry is rarely used for a fart, merely a noise which imitates it.

    Noun

    (raspberries)
  • (pejorative, colloquial) A noise intended to imitate the passing of flatulence, made by blowing air out of the mouth while the tongue is protruding from and pressed against the lips, or by blowing air through the lips while they are pressed firmly together or against skin, used humorously or to express derision.
  • Synonyms
    * (noise) Bronx cheer (US), razz
    Derived terms
    * to blow a raspberry

    Verb

    (en-verb)
  • (colloquial) To make the noise intended to imitate the passing of flatulence.
  • Cockney rhyming slang