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Oxford dictionary definition of the word orange:
1a large round juicy citrus fruit with a tough bright reddish-yellow rind:
eat plenty of oranges
a slice of orange
[mass noun] chiefly British a drink made from or flavoured with oranges:
a vodka and orange
2 (also orange tree) the leathery-leaved evergreen tree which produces oranges, native to warm regions of south and SE Asia.
Genus Citrus, family Rutaceae: several species, in particular the sweet orange (C. sinensis) and the Seville orange
used in names of plants with similar fruit or flowers to the orange tree, e.g. mock orange.
3 [mass noun] a bright reddish-yellow colour like that of the skin of a ripe orange:
tones of golden brown and orange
the most shocking of pinks and oranges
4 [with modifier] a butterfly with mainly or partly orange wings.
Several species in the family Pieridae, in particular American species in the genera Colias and Eurema
an orange glow in the sky
(also orangy) adjective
late Middle English: from Old French orenge (in the phrase pomme d’orenge), based on Arabic nāranj, from Persian nārang