What do you call this?


What do you call this?
  • Green orange
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The first picture is an orange but it's not orange :P (I've literally seen that in real life)

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Most Helpful Girls

  • Well.. haven’t thought about it. But
    I’ll go with green

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Most Helpful Guys

  • So what you're telling me is that they don't grow orange from the start? Mind blown!! JK... But I'm glad you learned something new. Keep up the good work.

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    • Yes I knew that but what do you call an orange that's not orange or not yet orange?

    • "The word orange entered Middle English from Old French and Anglo-Norman orenge. The earliest recorded use of the word in English is from the 13th century and referred to the fruit. The earliest attested use of the word in reference to the color is from the 16th century."

    • To sum things up it is called an orange.

  • Green orange is the thing that came to my mind first, when I saw the picture.

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What Girls Said 9

  • Looks like a raw orange.

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  • That fruit is called "dalandan".

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  • Its an orange regardless of the color

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  • Looks like a green mandarin.

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  • Thassa Lime-orange!!! -_-

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  • I don't know, I have to see the inside first

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  • İts call to mandarin ı feel hungryy

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  • Keylime maybe

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  • So when a lime and an orange fall in love they want to show each other. The mingling of their juices creates the fruit of their love, the lorange.

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