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nagami kumquat

[ nuh-gah-mee ]
/ nəˈgɑ mi /
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noun

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Origin of nagami kumquat

nagami<Japanese, equivalent to naga long, oblong + mi fruit

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Example sentences from the Web for nagami kumquat

  • I love the sweet-tart taste of fresh cranberries, and the combination with kumquat is the perfect pitch.

    Turkey Day Bacchanal|Christopher Idone|November 23, 2009|DAILY BEAST
  • The Kumquat comes true to seed, and may also be propagated by grafting and budding.

    Fruits of the Hawaiian Islands|Gerrit Parmile Wilder
  • When they were dry, Nagami was taught to add a rim to her basket, by sewing it over and over as in the picture.

    Woodland Tales|Ernest Seton-Thompson
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