Mac Dictionary defines it as:
a small roundish juicy fruit without a stone : juniper berries | [as adj. ] berry clusters.
• Botany any fruit that has its seeds enclosed in a fleshy pulp, for example, a banana or tomato.
• any of various kernels or seeds, such as the coffee bean.
• a fish egg or the roe of a lobster or similar creature.
ORIGIN Old English berie, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch bes and German Beere.
Berry, Chuck (1931– ), U.S. rock-and-roll singer, guitarist, and songwriter; born Charles Edward Berry. One of the first great rock-and-roll stars, his recording career was interrupted by a period of imprisonment 1962–64. Notable songs: Maybelline” (1955), “Johnny B Goode” (1958), and “My Ding A Ling” (1972).
According to my friend Mac Dictionary:
a mark of disgrace associated with a particular circumstance, quality, or person :the stigma of mental disorder | to be a nonreader carries a social stigma.
2 ( stigmata) (in Christian tradition) marks corresponding to those left on Jesus’ body by the Crucifixion, said to have been impressed by divine favor on the bodies of St. Francis of Assisi and others.
3 Medicine a visible sign or characteristic of a disease.• a mark or spot on the skin.
4 Botany (in a flower) the part of a pistil that receives the pollen during pollination.ORIGIN late 16th cent. (denoting a mark made by pricking or branding): via Latinfrom Greek stigma ‘a mark made by a pointed instrument, a dot’ ; related to stick.
So, in other words, quit marking me.