noun sat·su·ma \sat-ˈsü-mə, ˈsat-sə-\

Definition of SATSUMA

:  any of several cultivated cold-tolerant mandarin trees that bear medium-sized largely seedless fruits with thin smooth skin
:  the fruit of a satsuma

Origin of SATSUMA

Satsuma, former province in Kyushu, Japan
First Known Use: 1882

Rhymes with SATSUMA


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