Turkish - English

  1. (bitki, Fam: turunçgiller,narenciye) bergamot orange Tabiat Doğa
  2. bergamot isim
  3. any of a number of plants of the mint family
  4. variety of pear
  5. citrus tree
  6. fruit from this tree

English - English

  1. The essence or perfume made from the fruit
  2. A variety of mint (Mentha aquatica, variety glabrata)
  3. A variety of pear. —Johnson
  4. A tree of the Orange family (Citrus bergamia), having a roundish or pear-shaped fruit, from the rind of which an essential oil of delicious odor is extracted, much prized as a perfume. Also, the fruit
  5. A variety of snuff perfumed with bergamot - "The better hand . . . gives the nose its bergamot. —William Cowper."
  6. A coarse tapestry, manufactured from flock of cotton or hemp, mixed with ox's or goat's hair
  7. Also, the fruit
  8. A variety of mint Mentha aquatica, var
  9. A tree of the Orange family (Citrus bergamia), having a roundish or pear-shaped fruit, from the rind of which an essential oil of delicious odor is extracted, much prized as a perfume
  10. A variety of pear. -Johnson
  11. glabrata
  12. A coarse tapestry, manufactured from flock of cotton or hemp, mixed with oxs or goats hair; -- said to have been invented at Bergamo, Italy. Encyclopedia Britannica
  13. Conditions skin, soothes Antiseptic Photo toxic
  14. Bergamot oil acts as a natural astringent and is best suited for oily skin and hair conditions Its spicy scent of oranges and lemons also helps to lift the spirits
  15. A citrus oil derived from the bergamot orange used to flavor black tea to make Earl Grey tea
  16. essential oil of the bergamot orange used to flavor a black tea base to make Earl Grey tea
  17. Any of several North American perennial plants of the mint family, also known as bee balm, fragrant balm, and Indian's plume. The leaves are used as an herb to flavour tea, punches, lemonade, and other cold drinks. Monarda didyma, native to the U.S., is made into Oswego tea, a beverage used by the American Indian Oswego tribe and said to be the drink adopted by the 18th-century colonists during their boycott of British tea. The pear-shaped fruit of the bergamot orange (Citrus bergamia), found chiefly in Calabria, Italy, is valued by the flavouring and perfume industries for the essential oil extracted from its peel. The bergamot pear, a popular winter pear cultivated in Britain, is a large, round fruit with yellowish green skin
  18. small tree with pear-shaped fruit whose oil is used in perfumery; Italy
  19. Encyc
  20. A variety of pear
  21. A coarse tapestry, manufactured from flock of cotton or hemp, mixed with ox's or goat's hair; said to have been invented at Bergamo, Italy
  22. Brit
  23. citrus tree; fruit from this tree; variety of pear; any of a number of plants of the mint family isim

Turkish - Turkish

  1. Turunçgillerden bir ağaç ve bu ağacın meyvesi. Meyvenin kabuğundan güzel kokulu bir esans da çıkarılır
  2. Turunçgillerden bir ağaç ve bu ağacın kabuklarından reçel yapılan ve esans çıkarılan meyvesi
  3. Turunçgillerden bir ağaç
  4. Sedefotugiller familyasından meyvesinin kabuklarından esans yapılan bir çeşit narenciye türü
  5. Turunçgillerden bir ağaç (Citrus bergamia)
  6. Bu ağacın, kabuklarından reçel yapılan ve esans çıkarılan meyvesi

English - Turkish

  1. bergamot
  2. bergamot esansı
  3. yağı ıtriyatta kullamlan bir cins portakal veya ağaçkavunu
  4. Citrus bergamia
  5. bir nevi armut

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    Etymology: [ 'b&r-g&-"mät ] (noun.) 1696. French bergamote, from Italian bergamotta; probably a corruption of Turkish bey armudu (“a lord's pear”).
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