What is another word for Spanish Lime?

Pronunciation: [spˈanɪʃ lˈa͡ɪm] (IPA)

Spanish lime, scientifically known as Melicoccus bijugatus, is a tropical fruit found in the Caribbean and other parts of the world. This sweet and tangy fruit is also known by several other names such as quenepa, skinip, mamoncillo, and genip. Quenepa is more commonly used in Puerto Rico, while skinip is used in Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago. Mamoncillo is the name used in the Dominican Republic, and genip is used in Haiti. Although these names may differ, they all refer to the same fruit with a refreshing taste similar to that of lychee and grapefruit.

Synonyms for Spanish lime:

What are the hypernyms for Spanish lime?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.
  • Other hypernyms:

    citrus fruit, edible plant, tropical fruit, exotic fruit, botanical organism, fruiting plant, subtropical fruit.

Related words:

-Spanish flavored limes

-Spanish lime trees

-Spanish lime leaves

-Lime pie

-Spanish green limes

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-Where can I buy Spanish limeade

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