Fregetable : noun : [frej-tuh-buhl]
Definition: A vegetable-type food that is technically a fruit.
Well apparently a pumpkin is actually a fruit. As is squash. And cucumbers too? Too keep my mind from being blown over Thanksgiving weekend I had to invent a new word to describe said vegetables-that-are-actually-fruits. I mean, I knew a tomato was a fregetable already; I've always liked saying, "Knowledge is knowing that a tomato is a fruit; wisdom is knowing not to put a tomato in a fruit salad." But pumpkins? And cucumbers? My mind is still recuperating from that discovery. Luckily I can cope by just calling the fregetables, because that's what they are.