Definition of Pomelo tree

1. Noun. Southeastern Asian tree producing large fruits resembling grapefruits.

Exact synonyms: Citrus Decumana, Citrus Grandis, Citrus Maxima, Pomelo, Pummelo, Shaddock
Terms within: Pomelo, Shaddock
Group relationships: Genus Citrus
Generic synonyms: Citrus, Citrus Tree



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pomelo Tree

pomatoes
pomatum
pomatums
pombe
pombes
pome
pomegranate
pomegranate tree
pomegranatelike
pomegranates
pomel
pomelle
pomello
pomelloes
pomelo
pomelo tree (current term)
pomelos
pomels
pomeranian
pomeridian
pomerium
pomeron
pomerons
pomeroys
pomes
pomewater
pomewaters
pomey
pomeys
pomfret

Literary usage of Pomelo tree

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1. Old Deccan Days: Or, Hindoo Fairy Legends Current in Southern India by Mary Frere, Bartle Frere (1898)
"By your dead wife's tomb there grows a fine pomelo tree ; you must bring ... So the Rajah sent his servants, and had the beautiful pomelo tree pulled up by ..."

2. Indian Fairy Tales by Joseph Jacobs, John Dickson Batten (1892)
"By your dead wife's tomb here grows a fine pomelo tree ; you must bring that ... So the Raja sent his servants, and had ;he beautiful pomelo tree pulled up ..."

3. A Guide to Mythology by Helen Archibald Clarke (1908)
"By your dead wife's tomh there grows a fine pomelo tree; you must bring that ... So the Rajah sent his servants, and had the beautiful pomelo tree pulled up ..."

4. Culture of the Citrus in California by Byron Martin Lelong, California State Board of Horticulture (1902)
"Fruit very large, pyri- form. MAMMOTH. — Fruit extraordinarily large, pyri- form, pale yellow. pomelo tree in fruit. THE POMELO.* Citrus aurantium, var. ..."

5. Makers of America: An Historical and Biographical Work by an Able Corps of by Florida historical society, Jacksonville, Jacksonville Florida historical society, Florida Historical Society (1909)
"... 1 HE POMELO. tree (nearly thornless) is a very strong, vigorous grower, and an early and heavy bearer, producing its fruit in clusters and carrying it ..."

6. A Chinese and English Vocabulary in the Pekinese Dialect by George Carter Stent (1871)
"... to reprieve. yu4 'g the pomelo. yu'-]/i' ;^jj j^ pomelo peel. ^•J f^ the pomelo tree. ^H -f' the pomelo. y4 p^ to induce, to seduce, to mislead, ..."

7. Serbian Folk-lore: Popular Tales by William Denton (1874)
"... the collection of stories from the Deccan, where a pomelo tree which springs from the grave of a murdered person leads to the knowledge of the murder. ..."

8. Serbian Folk-lore by William Denton (1874)
"... the collection of stories from the Deccan, where a pomelo tree which springs from the grave of a murdered person leads to the knowledge of the murder. ..."

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