Satsuma meaning

săt-so͝omə, sä-tso͝omä, sätso͝o-mä
A seedless mandarin orange originally cultivated in Japan.
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A Japanese porcelain.
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A variety of Japanese pottery.
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A seedless and easy-peeling cultivar of mandarin orange of Japanese origin; Citrus unshiu.
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A small, loose-skinned variety of orange, grown in Florida and Alabama.
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Origin of satsuma

  • After Satsuma , a peninsula of southwest Kyushu, Japan

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From Japanese place name in Kyushu, è–©æ‘©, Satsuma.

    From Wiktionary