cher·ry

[cher-ee] 

noun, plural cher·ries.

1.  The fruit of any of various trees belonging to the genus Prunus,  of the rose family, consisting of a pulpy, globular drupe enclosing a one-seeded smooth stone.
2.  The tree bearing such a fruit.
3.  The wood of such a tree.
4.  Any of various fruits or plants resembling the cherry.
5.  Bright red; cerise.
 adjective
6.   Bright-red; cerise.
7.  (of food and beverages) made with or containing cherries or cherrylike flavoring: cherry pie; cherry soda.
8.  (of furniture, woodwork, etc.) made of or covered or decorated with wood from the cherry tree.
9.  Slang: Often Vulgar. being a virgin.
10. Slang.  New or unused: a three-year-old car in cherry condition.   Inexperienced; being an innocent novice.