Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun In botany, same as hesperidium.

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Examples

  • Derived from the fruit of the tree Citrus aurantium, bitter orange has gained popularity because of its similarities to ephredra without the legal entanglements.

    The Flex Diet

  • Derived from the fruit of the tree Citrus aurantium, bitter orange has gained popularity because of its similarities to ephredra without the legal entanglements.

    The Flex Diet

  • These are not the orange trees that give us vitamin C, but rather bitter orange trees or citrus aurantium biga radia —"one of the quintessential 'giving trees' of the perfume world," says David Seth Moltz, the nose behind D.S.

    Orange Blossoms

  • The tea is used as a treatment in traditional Nigerian medicine and is produced from the extract of Rauvolfia Vomitoria leaves and the fruit of Citrus aurantium.

    African Tea Offers Promising Treatment For Type-2 Diabetes | Impact Lab

  • • Western name: Immature bitter orange Citrus aurantium

    Earl Mindell’s New Herb Bible

  • • Western name: Immature bitter orange Citrus aurantium

    Earl Mindell’s New Herb Bible

  • • Western name: Immature bitter orange Citrus aurantium

    Earl Mindell’s New Herb Bible

  • • Western name: Immature bitter orange Citrus aurantium

    Earl Mindell’s New Herb Bible

  • It is therefore not so surprising that bit by bit, many perfume aficionado as well as amateur DIY perfumers were lead to believe that it is the bergamot Citrus aurantium var. bergamia tree that provides the perfumer with the generous palette of oils of bergamot, petitgrain, neroli and orange flower absolute.

    Bitter Orange or Bergamot - The Giving Tree Award Goes To Whom?

  • These are obtained from the flower of one particular variety of citrus: citrus aurantium – the bitter orange.

    Pondering Citrus:

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