Ripe may refer to:

  • Ripening, especially of fruit
  • Ripeness in viticulture, how the term "ripe" is used in viticulture and winemaking
  • RIPE, Réseaux IP Européens
  • RIPE NCC, the Regional Internet Registry (RIR) for Europe
  • Ripeness, a term in law
  • Ripe, East Sussex, in England
  • Ripe (AN), in Italy
  • Ripe (film), a 1996 drama released in 1997 by Mo Ogrodnik
  • Ripe (album), a 2007 album by Ben Lee
  • Ripe (Banderas album), a 1991 album by Banderas

Persons with the name Ripe:

  • Wilhelm Ripe (1818–1885), German painter

Other articles related to "ripe":

Ryan Magnussen - Business Ventures
... In 2002, Magnussen founded Ripe Digital Entertainment, a media company that developed video-on-demand television networks for cable, the Internet, and wireless devices ... Ripe launched three on-demand networks — Ripe TV, Octane TV and Flow TV ... venture-capital firms invested $32 million in Ripe Digital Entertainment to fund additional networks ...
Chalvington With Ripe - The Villages - Ripe
... Ripe is a village within the Wealden District of East Sussex, England ... The two villages are adjacent to one another, Ripe ecclesiastical parish being the larger of the two in area ... Malcolm Lowry, best known for Under the Volcano, died at age 48 in a boarding house in Ripe on 26 June 1957 ...
Cordia Myxa
... When fully ripe the pulp becomes quite sweet in taste and is fully enjoyed by children ... The pulp in a half ripe fruit can even be used as an alternative to paper glue in office work ... The half ripe lasura fruit makes a tasty broth which is hot in effect as per Ayurveda practitioners ...
Wilhelm Ripe
... Wilhelm Ripe (16 November 1818 – 5 December 1885) was a German painter and graphic designer ... Ripe was born in Hahn's Klee in 1818 ...

Famous quotes containing the word ripe:

    These ripe pears
    are bitter to the taste,
    this spiced wine, poison, corrupt.
    Hilda Doolittle (1886–1961)

    ‘Tis but an hour ago since it was nine,
    And after one hour more ‘twill be eleven,
    And so from hour to hour, we ripe and ripe,
    And then from hour to hour, we rot and rot;
    And thereby hangs a tale.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    To use bitter words, when kind words are at hand,
    Is like picking unripe fruit when the ripe fruit is there.
    Tiruvalluvar (c. 5th century A.D.)