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Wordnet 3.0

NOUN (1)

1. tropical American tree having wood like mahogany and sweet edible egg-shaped fruit; in some classifications placed in the genus Calocarpum;
[syn: marmalade tree, mammee, sapote, Pouteria zapota, Calocarpum zapota]

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The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:

Marmalade \Mar"ma*lade\ (m[aum]r"m[.a]*l[=a]d), n. [F. marmelade, Pg. marmelada, fr. marm['e]lo a quince, fr. L. melimelum honey apple, Gr. meli`mhlon a sweet apple, an apple grafted on a quince; me`li honey + mh^lon apple. Cf. Mellifluous, Melon.] A preserve or confection made of the pulp of fruit, as the quince, pear, apple, orange, etc., boiled with sugar, and brought to a jamlike consistency. [1913 Webster] Marmalade tree (Bot.), a sapotaceous tree (Lucuma mammosa) of the West Indies and Tropical America. It has large obovate leaves and an egg-shaped fruit from three to five inches long, containing a pleasant-flavored pulp and a single large seed. The fruit is called marmalade, or natural marmalade, from its consistency and flavor. [1913 Webster]
WordNet (r) 3.0 (2006):

marmalade tree n 1: tropical American tree having wood like mahogany and sweet edible egg-shaped fruit; in some classifications placed in the genus Calocarpum [syn: marmalade tree, mammee, sapote, Pouteria zapota, Calocarpum zapota]