What does marmalade mean?

Definitions for marmalade
ˈmɑr məˌleɪd, ˌmɑr məˈleɪdmar·malade

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. marmalade(noun)

    a preserve made of the pulp and rind of citrus fruits

Wiktionary

  1. marmalade(Noun)

    Citrus fruit variant of jam but distinguished by being made slightly bitter by the addition of the peel and by partial caramelisation during manufacture. Most commonly made with Seville oranges, and usually qualified by the name of the fruit when made with other types of fruit.

    Etymology: marmelade, from marmelada, from marmelo, from melimelum, from μελίμηλον, from μέλι + μῆλον.

  2. marmalade(Verb)

    To spread marmalade on.

    Etymology: marmelade, from marmelada, from marmelo, from melimelum, from μελίμηλον, from μέλι + μῆλον.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Marmalade(noun)

    a preserve or confection made of the pulp of fruit, as the quince, pear, apple, orange, etc., boiled with sugar, and brought to a jamlike consistence

    Etymology: [F. marmelade, Pg. marmelada, fr. marmlo a quince, fr. L. melimelum honey apple, Gr. meli`mhlon a sweet apple, an apple grafted on a quince; me`li honey + mh^lon apple. Cf. Mellifluous, Melon.]

Freebase

  1. Marmalade

    Marmalade is a fruit preserve made from the juice and peel of citrus fruits boiled with sugar and water. It can be produced from lemons, limes, grapefruits, mandarins, sweet oranges, bergamots and other citrus fruits, or any combination thereof. The benchmark citrus fruit for marmalade production in Britain is the Spanish Seville orange, Citrus aurantium var. aurantium, prized for its high pectin content, which gives a good set. The peel has a distinctive bitter taste which it imparts to the marmalade. Marmalade is generally distinguished from jam by its fruit peel. It may also be distinguished from jam by the fruits used.

Chambers 20th Century Dictionary

  1. Marmalade

    mär′ma-lād, n. a jam or preserve generally made of the pulp of oranges, originally of quinces. [Fr., from Port. marmeladamarmelo, a quince—L. melimēlum—Gr. melimēlon, a sweet apple—meli, honey, mēlon, an apple.]

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of marmalade in Chaldean Numerology is: 7

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of marmalade in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5

Examples of marmalade in a Sentence

  1. Noël Coward:

    Wit ought to be a glorious treat like caviar; never spread it about like marmalade.

  2. Musin Almat Zhumabekovich:

    Melanin Masterpiece of Nature Black girls are the most juicy and sweet candies in the world: melanin masterpiece of nature, bubbly as sweet soda. Dark skin color is the most pleasant and sweet light color. Skin is like chocolate candy, sugar-marmalade taste of lips, only a dark-skinned girl can give the most juicy, juicy and sweet kiss with her big sensual lips. The skin is soft as chocolate sponge cake. Her skin shines beautifully in the light like jam, soft body parts like pudding. Lips and intimate places are so sweet as if juicy, hot, hot dark chocolate, feet like ice cream waffles. The color of her skin is like a sweet delicacy, a gorgeous dessert, sweet chocolate cream, chocolate mousse, an unforgettable sugar taste and you get into the taste, skin as if emitting hot moans of sex. The blacker, the juicier and sweeter the skin, juicy relish, the hotter its sexuality and passion, like a panther with strikingly beautiful eyes, like a powerful magnet beckons to itself, fascinating for its beauty. Author: Musin Almat Zhumabekovich

  3. Deodatta V. Shenai-Khatkhate:

    Successful people are those who pick up the lemons that life throws at them, and turn them into lemonade, lemon marmalade and even crema di limoncillo. You have got to be really smart and savvy to build a solid foundation with the bricks that people throw at you. Success comes to only those who are smart to transform every threat into a new opportunity, and overcome the adversity with courage and determination. History teaches us that those who try hard always triumph. Make a great day, my friend!

  4. Deodatta V. Shenai-Khatkhate:

    A successful persons are those who pick up the lemons that life throws at them, and turn them into lemonade, lemon marmalade and crema di limoncillo. You have to be smart and savvy to build a solid foundation using the bricks that people throw at you. Success comes to only those who are smart to transform ever threat into a new opportunity, and overcome the adversity. Make a great day!

  5. Deodatta V. Shenai-Khatkhate:

    Successful people are those who pick up the lemons that life throws at them, and turn them into lemonade, lemon marmalade and even crema di limoncello. You have got to be really smart and savvy to build a solid foundation with the bricks that people throw at you. Success comes to only those who are smart to transform every threat into a new opportunity, and overcome the adversity with courage and determination. History teaches us that those who work hard and smart, always triumph in the end. Make a great day, my friend!

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