McIntosh

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McIntosh

Etymology[edit]

Named after John McIntosh of Ontario, Canada, who discovered the original single tree in 1796.

Noun[edit]

McIntosh (plural McIntoshes)

  1. A cultivar of apple with red and green skin, tart flavor and white flesh that ripens in late September.
  2. The tree that bears this fruit.

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