Capsicum an'nuum (lon'gum). -- Fruit, U.S.P. 1820-1860;Fruit, 5-10 Cm. (2-4') long, 2.5-4 Cm. (1-1 3/5') thick, oblong, conical, sometimes curved or subglobular, yellow or red, brown when dry. Known in England as pod pepper, but often sold as chillies or capsicums, and is the kind recognized by the Ger. Phar. C.fastigia'tum.--Fruit, once official, and like that which is now official, 8-12 Mm. (1/3-1/2') long, 3-4 Mm (1/8-1/6') thick. C. Cerasifor'me, fruit resembles a cherry. All three sometimes used for purposes similar to official.