Definition of Rangpur

1. Noun. Hybrid between mandarin orange and lemon having very acid fruit with orange peel.

Exact synonyms: Citrus Limonia, Lemanderin, Rangpur Lime
Group relationships: Genus Citrus
Generic synonyms: Citrus, Citrus Tree



Definition of Rangpur

1. Noun. Citrus × limonia, a citrus fruit which is a hybrid between the mandarin orange and the lemon ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rangpur

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rangoes
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rangolis
rangpur (current term)
rangpur lime
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ranidae
ranids
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ranimustine
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ranine artery
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ranitidine

Literary usage of Rangpur

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1. The Imperial Gazetteer of India by Sir William Wilson Hunter (1886)
"[For further information regarding rangpur, see The Statistical Account of ... Statistical Survey of rangpur, conducted 1809-13; Report on the District of ..."

2. A Statistical Account of Bengal by William Wilson Hunter (1877)
"rangpur DISTRICT—CROCODILES. FISH AND FISHERIES OF rangpur DISTRICT. IN the Brahmaputra, as well as the Ganges, there are two kinds of crocodile, ..."

3. The History of British India by James Mill, Horace Hayman Wilson (1858)
"Retreat of the Burmas to the Fort of rangpur. — Dissensions of the Garrison,— capitulate.— Burmas evacuate Asam,— renew the Invasion in Concert with, ..."

4. History of Upper Assam, Upper Burmah and Northeastern Frontier by Leslie Waterfield Shakespear (1914)
"Manipur being applied to did send a force of 500 horse and 4000 foot across the Naga hills to Nowgong, whence they moved against rangpur ; but, ..."

5. The History of British India: From 1805 to 1835 by Horace Hayman Wilson (1848)
"... to the Fort of rangpur.—Dissensions of the Garrison,— capitulate.—Burmas evacuate At,ain,—renew the Invasion in concert with the Sing-fos,— their ..."

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