cit·​range | \ ˈsi‧trə̇nj \
plural -s

Definition of citrange

: a citrus fruit resulting from a cross between the sweet orange and the trifoliate orange and having a more acid flavor and a more pronounced aroma than the orange

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First Known Use of citrange

1903, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for citrange

citr- + orange

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“Citrange.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 9 Mar. 2021.

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