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rangpur

[ ruhng-poor, ruhng-poor ]
/ ˈrʌŋ pʊər, rʌŋˈpʊər /
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noun
a variety of mandarin orange, bearing a tart fruit.
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Origin of rangpur

Named after Rangpur, region of Bangladesh
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