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lingonberry

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noun ling·on·ber·ry \ˈliŋ-ən-ˌber-ē\

Definition of lingonberry

  1. :  the fruit of the mountain cranberry; also :  mountain cranberry



Origin of lingonberry

Swedish lingon mountain cranberry; akin to Old Norse lyng ling


First Known Use: 1920

Rhymes with lingonberry

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