"A tree cultivated in the south of Europe, and other warm, temperate, or sub-tropical countries for its fruit; a native of the forests of the north of India. By many botanists, it is regarded as a more variety (or perhaps the original type) of the species which produces also the lemon, sweet lemon, lime, and sweet lime; by others, these, or some of them, are regarded as distinct species." — Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1875

Citron

"A tree cultivated in the south of Europe, and other warm, temperate, or sub-tropical countries for…

"The Lemon is the fruit of a small tree belonging to the same natural order as the orange. There are many varieties of the lemon."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Lemon

"The Lemon is the fruit of a small tree belonging to the same natural order as the orange. There are…

The fruid of the tropical or subtropical tree citrus medica, of the orange family, and originally native to the tropical portions of Asia. It is quite certain that lemons were unknown to the ancient Greeks and romans, and that this fruit was introduced into Spain by the Arabs about the 12th century.

Lemon

The fruid of the tropical or subtropical tree citrus medica, of the orange family, and originally native…

The fruit of a small tree belonging to the same natural order as the orange. There are numerous varieties of the lemon, but they may all be reduced to four general types. 1. The common or general lemon. 2. The thin-skinned lemon. 3. The sweet lemon. 4. The citron lemon.

Lemon

The fruit of a small tree belonging to the same natural order as the orange. There are numerous varieties…

Lemon is the common name of citrus limonia. It is a small tree with irregular branches. The flowers are large and reddish tinted in the bud. The fruit is yellow when ripe.

Lemon

Lemon is the common name of citrus limonia. It is a small tree with irregular branches. The flowers…

"The Lemon is the fruit of a small tree belonging to the same natural order as the orange. There are many varieties of the lemon."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Lemon Branch

"The Lemon is the fruit of a small tree belonging to the same natural order as the orange. There are…

"The Lemon is the fruit of a small tree belonging to the same natural order as the orange. There are many varieties of the lemon."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Lemon Cross-section

"The Lemon is the fruit of a small tree belonging to the same natural order as the orange. There are…

Eight lemons.

Eight Lemons

Eight lemons.

Three lemons.

Three Lemons

Three lemons.

"One allotropic forms of sulphur, that of a lemon-yellow brittle solid, crystallizing in orthorhombic octahedrons." —Hallock 1905

Suphur

"One allotropic forms of sulphur, that of a lemon-yellow brittle solid, crystallizing in orthorhombic…