- a sapotaceous tree (Lucuma mammosa) for the West Indies and Tropical The united states. It offers big obovate leaves and an egg-shaped fresh fruit from three to five ins long, containing a pleasant-flavored pulp and one big seed. The fresh fruit is known as marmalade, or all-natural marmalade, from its consistency and taste.
- exotic American tree having timber like mahogany and nice delicious egg-shaped fresh fruit; in some classifications positioned in the genus Calocarpum
Hypernym for "marmalade tree"
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