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1.
A cross breed of apples and pears.
Wow, April! Kayla's papple that she packed for lunch looks sooo delicious!

Jenn and Kai went to the grocery store to buy some papples to make papple pie with.
by specialkai April 19, 2007
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2.
Its a mix between an apple and a pear. Known as the Asian pear
That's a very good papple I'm having today!
by Me2007 September 16, 2007
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3.
*Nickname for Jen Schoborg a.k.a Pineapple, known leader of the Iowan mafia. As leader of the mafia, P-apple is known to be found in the library studying her favorite class, physics, many days. Is also known to be a target for shenanigans by many pirates.


*result of the fundamental theorem of applied calculus,
Jen=JenJen=J^2=pineapple=p-apple
"Yo P-apple! What's crakin, home skillet?"

by ZeCapn'7 December 16, 2008
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4.
abbreviation for pineapple
how do you like them papples?
by papple April 11, 2012
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5.
Short for 'past participle'. Used in English grammar usage texts.
Nothing points more clearly to the North Americanness of a person than the ability to use the pa.pple forms 'got' and 'gotten' in a natural manner.

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I would say using contracted forms of commonly used phrases like 'pa.pple' in place of 'past participle' in an English text utilized primarily by those learning English as a second language can be a confusing circumstance.
by sanitysama June 29, 2010
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6.
it is a pear cross between a apple its a pear apple hybrid papple.
pear ,apple, paple, papple
by kirsty.13 January 28, 2009
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7.
An imitation of the fruit pear. As the name would suggest a Papplé is a cross breed between a pear and an apple, still in pear form, however, has the crunch of an apple and the pear taste is not experienced.(commonly experienced at the ADFA mess)

Also as the e accute would suggest the word first came into use in france.
Jordan: "here is the pear i got you"
Angus: "THIS ISN'T A PEAR ITS A Papplé YOU PERMAFAG!"
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