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Pronunciation: [d͡ʒˈɛnɪp] (IPA)

Genip is a tropical fruit native to the Caribbean, also known as Spanish lime, limoncillo or quenepa. In different regions, it has different names and synonyms. In Puerto Rico, it's also called 'mamoncillo' or 'mapaña'. In the Dominican Republic, it's known as 'juela' or 'memizo'. Other synonyms include 'guaya', 'pichi', and 'skinip'. Genips are small, sweet fruits that grow in clusters on trees. They have a tough outer skin that needs to be peeled to reveal the juicy flesh inside. The flesh surrounding its seed is sweet, tangy, and refreshing, making it a popular snack in many countries.

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