Zitrone

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Etymology[edit]

15th century, from Italian citrone (older variant of cedro) as well as Middle French citron, derived from Latin citrus.

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  • IPA(key): /t͡siˈtʁoːnə/
  • (file)

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Zitrone f (genitive Zitrone, plural Zitronen, diminutive Zitrönchen n)

  1. lemon (fruit)
    • 1910, Frances Külpe, Rote Tage, S. Schottländers Schlesische Verlagsanstalt, page 10:
      „Ich bitte um ein Glas Tee mit Zitrone,“ sagte das Fräulein kurz.
      "I ask for a glass of tea with lemon," said the young woman briefly.
  2. lemonade (still beverage)

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Zitrone f

  1. plural of Zitron