limetta oil

noun li·met·ta oil \ lə̇ˈmetə- \
variants: or limette oil \-et-\

Definition of limetta oil

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Origin and Etymology of limetta oil

limetta from New Latin (former specific epithet or varietal epithet of the lime Citrus aurantifolia), probably from French limette lime, from lime + -ette; limette from French


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