canistel

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Etymology[edit]

From dialectal variant of Spanish canastillo (small basket), from Latin canistellum, diminutive of canistrum (basket)

Noun[edit]

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canistel (plural canistels)

  1. A tropical tree, Pouteria campechiana, from Central America and the Caribbean, that bears a sweet oval fruit.
  2. The fruit of this tree, having a musky odour.

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Noun[edit]

canistel m (plural canistéis)

  1. canistel (fruit)