Kumquat (noun)

A small citrus fruit, similar in appearance to an orange, but typically much smaller, with a thin, sweet rind and a slightly bitter, juicy interior.

Origin:

The word kumquat comes from chinese word "kamkwat" which means golden orange. it is a small citrus fruit, similar in appearance to an orange, but typically much smaller. it has a thin, sweet rind and a slightly bitter, juicy interior.

Examples:

  1. The kumquat tree was heavy with fruit, and the sweet aroma filled the air.
  2. He enjoyed eating kumquats, the sweet and sour taste was refreshing.
  3. Kumquats are often used to make marmalade, jelly, and cand.
  4. Kumquats are a good source of vitamin C and dietary fibers.
  5. Kumquats were traditionally considered as a symbol of prosperity and good luck in the Chinese culture.
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