Definition of Naartjes
1. naartje [n] - See also: naartje
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Naartjes
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naartjes (current term)
Literary usage of Naartjes
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. "Cape Times" Law Reports: A Record of Every Matter Disposed of in the by South Africa Supreme Court (1908)
"... he «old: to tho defendant his crop of oranges and naartjes at a price of 4s. per 100, and that he deliver«! to the defendants in all 96.425 orange« and ..."
2. Official Descriptive and Illustrated Catalogue by Robert Ellis, Great Britain Commissioners for the Exhibition of 1851, London Great exhibition of the works of industry of all nations, 1851 (1851)
"... JP—Preserved fruits, viz., bitter oranges, green apricot«, green figs, naartjes, citron, candied figs, candied naartjes, and oranges. ..."
3. The Colony of Natal: An Official Illustrated Handbook and Railway Guide by Joseph Forsyth Ingram (1895)
"naartjes and oranges also flourish most luxuriantly. ... The culture of naartjes and oranges is an item of considerable importance, but as yet the industry ..."
4. Official Descriptive and Illustrated Catalogue of the Great Exhibition of by Great Exhibition (1851)
"... JP—Preserved fruits, viz., bit 1er oranges, green apricots, green figs, naartjes, citron, ... candied naartjes, and oranges. ..."
5. Sessional Papers by British Columbia Legislative Assembly, Legislative Assembly (1901)
"Apples, aprira>ts, grapes, lemons, naartjes, pears, arid plums are ... Apples, apricots, bananas, grapes, guavas, lemons, naartjes, or¡uige.s, pears, ..."
6. South African Journal of Science by South African Association for the Advancement of Science (1907)
"The production of dried fruit in Cape Colony is, according to 1904 census :— The Natal fruit product is mostly of coast fruits, such as oranges, naartjes, ..."
7. Chambers's Encyclopaedia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge (1901)
"Besides the indigenous ' Cape gooseberry,' apples, pears, figs, apricots, peaches, oranges, ' naartjes' (Mandarin oranges), limes, pomegranates, quinces, ..."
8. Report of the Government Entomologist by Natal (South Africa). Dept. of Agriculture (1901)
"There was every reason to believe that our naartjes would prove ... The hopes so long entertained of building up a large export of naartjes give no promise ..."