Citron

The rind of a fruit of the lemon species preserved in sugar.

Citron

lemon

Citron

The citron is a fragrant citrus fruit, botanically classified as Citrus medica by both the Swingle and Tanaka botanical name systems. The designation medica given it by Linnaeus, apparently is derived from its ancient name, `Median or Persian apple`, that was reported by Theophrastus, who believed it to be native to Persia or the land of the Med.....
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citron

(Citrus medica), small evergreen tree or shrub in the family Rutaceae, cultivated in Mediterranean countries and the West Indies. It grows to about ... [1 related articles]
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Citron

(Citrus) These plants are native to the southern and southeastern mainland of Asia and the bordering Malayan islands. They are small, spiny shrubs or trees with alternate, usually evergreen, leaves, which are shiny and leathery and dotted with oil glands. The stems are mostly winged and jointed with the leaves and there is usually a spine on th...
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citron

(SIHT-ron) - (1) Citron is a semi-tropical citrus fruit like a lemon, but larger and less acidic. It grows as an irregular, open-headed shrub or small tree with large, light green leaves. The flowers are purple on the outside and are followed by large, oblong or ellipsoid fruits. The peel is very thick and is rough and yellow on the outside and wh....
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citron

[n] - thorny evergreen small tree or shrub of India widely cultivated for its large lemonlike fruits that have thick warty rind 2. [n] - large lemonlike fruit with thick aromatic rind
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Citron

• (n.) A fruit resembling a lemon, but larger, and pleasantly aromatic. The thick rind, when candied, is the citron of commerce. • (n.) A citron tree. • (n.) A citron melon.
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citron

noun large lemonlike fruit with thick aromatic rind; usually preserved
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Citron

Cit'ron (sĭt'rŭn) noun [ French citron , Late Latin citro , from Latin citrus citron tree (cf. citreum , sc. malum, a citron), from Greek ki`tron citron] 1. (Bot) A fruit resembling a lemon, but larger, and pleasantly aromatic. The th...
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Citron

A mid-sized to large citrus fruit that is grown in quite a lot of different variations, all similar in taste and aroma. The citron has a thick rough skin, which provides a very bitter taste, typically considered unpalatable. When candied, the peel becomes translucent and more attractive as a garnish or ingredient in marmalades and jams
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Citron

A mid-sized to large citrus fruit that is grown in quite a lot of different variations, all similar in taste and aroma. The citron has a thick rough skin, which provides a very bitter taste, typically considered unpalatable. When candied, the peel becomes translucent and more attractive as a garnish or ingredient in marmalades and jams
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Citron

A semitropical fruit that resembles a six-to-nine inch long lemon. Because the pulp is very sour, it is unsuitable for eating. The extremely thick peel, however, is candied and used in baking.
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Citron

A semitropical fruit that resembles a six-to-nine inch long lemon. Because the pulp is very sour, it is unsuitable for eating. The extremely thick peel, however, is candied and used in baking.
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citron

citron (sit'run) , name for a tree (Citrus medica) of the family Rutaceae (orange family), and for its fruit, the earliest of the citrus fruits to be introduced to Europe from Asia. The small evergreen tree is now cultivated commercially in the Mediterranean region and, to a lesser extent, in th...
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Citron

Lemon
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Citron

Lemon
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citron

lemon
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Citron

Lemon
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Citron

lemon.
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Citron

lemon.
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Citron

The citron is a tree related to the lemon, bearing large yellowish fruits shaped like a lemon, but with coarse, thick, furrowed skin which is preserved in sugar for confectionary and cakes. The citron is native to India but is cultivated through the Mediterranean and in California and Florida.
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CITRON

The sweetened rind of fruit.
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