Definition of Santol

1. Noun. A tropical Asian fruit, ''Sandoricum koetjape'' ¹



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Definition of Santol

1. a tropical tree [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Santol

santerias
santering
santero
santeros
santers
santim
santimi
santims
santimu
santir
santirs
santite
santo
santoku
santokus
santol (current term)
santolinas
santols
santon
santonate
santonates
santonic
santonic acid
santonica
santonicas
santonin
santoninate
santoninates
santoninic
santoninic acid

Literary usage of Santol

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Manual of Tropical and Subtropical Fruits: Excluding the Banana, Coconut by Wilson Popenoe (1920)
"Few writers recommend the santol as a fruit worthy of extensive cultivation. It is known chiefly in the Malayan region, where it is indigenous. ..."

2. Reports on the Law of Civil Government in Territory Subject to Military by Charles Edward Magoon (1902)
"Shortly before 8 o'clock a patrol of three men advanced from santol toward ... Our three men then retreated to the town of santol, where I met them, ..."

3. Reports on the Law of Civil Government in Territory Subject to Military by United States Bureau of Insular Affairs, Charles Edward Magoon (1903)
"Shortly before 8 o'clock a patrol of three men advanced from santol toward ... Our three men then retreated to the town of santol, where I met them, ..."

4. Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and (1916)
"At santol, a little more than 2 miles southwest of Santa Lutgarda, ... santol is at the southern end of the granite exposure and the rocks beneath the ..."

5. Pamphlets on Forestry in the Philippine Islands (1911)
"XXXIV,) santol is a medium-sized tree reaching a height of 20 meters and a diameter of ... santol is used for light construction purposes, especially house ..."

6. Report by United States Board on Geographic Names, United States Geographic Board (1916)
"santol; Barrio, Malolos Municipality, Bulacan Province, Luzon. (Not Santor.) santol; Township, Mountain Province ..."

7. Manual of Tropical and Subtropical Fruits: Excluding the Banana, Coconut by Wilson Popenoe (1920)
"Few writers recommend the santol as a fruit worthy of extensive cultivation. It is known chiefly in the Malayan region, where it is indigenous. ..."

8. Reports on the Law of Civil Government in Territory Subject to Military by Charles Edward Magoon (1902)
"Shortly before 8 o'clock a patrol of three men advanced from santol toward ... Our three men then retreated to the town of santol, where I met them, ..."

9. Reports on the Law of Civil Government in Territory Subject to Military by United States Bureau of Insular Affairs, Charles Edward Magoon (1903)
"Shortly before 8 o'clock a patrol of three men advanced from santol toward ... Our three men then retreated to the town of santol, where I met them, ..."

10. Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and (1916)
"At santol, a little more than 2 miles southwest of Santa Lutgarda, ... santol is at the southern end of the granite exposure and the rocks beneath the ..."

11. Pamphlets on Forestry in the Philippine Islands (1911)
"XXXIV,) santol is a medium-sized tree reaching a height of 20 meters and a diameter of ... santol is used for light construction purposes, especially house ..."

12. Report by United States Board on Geographic Names, United States Geographic Board (1916)
"santol; Barrio, Malolos Municipality, Bulacan Province, Luzon. (Not Santor.) santol; Township, Mountain Province ..."

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