Lansat



[lahng-saht] /ˈlɑŋ sɑt/

noun
1.
an East Indian tree, Lansium domesticum, of the mahogany family.
2.
the yellowish, tart, edible fruit of this tree.
[lan-suh] /ˈlæn sə/
noun
1.
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