Definition of Lansium domesticum
1. Noun. East Indian tree bearing an edible yellow berry.
Terms within: Lansa, Lansat, Lanseh, Lanset
Group relationships: Genus Lansium
Generic synonyms: Tree
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Literary usage of Lansium domesticum
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1. Official Handbook of the Philippines and Catalogue of the Philippine Exhibit by Philippines Exposition Board, Gustavo Niederlein, William Powell Wilson (1903)
"lansium domesticum, Linn. A small tree of beautiful appearance, 15 feet or more in height, found in Luzon and other islands. Cultivated to a large extent in ..."
2. The Journal of Heredity by American Genetic Association (1913)
"For instance, in the Philippines, one of our common fruits, the lanson (Lansium domesticum), varies widely in character and value, as do also the ..."