Ceylon gooseberry

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Ceylon gooseberry:

see umkokolaumkokola,
small, thorny S and E African tree (Dovyalis caffra, also called kei-apple), widely cultivated in its native area for the round or oval bright yellow fruits. Their juicy pulp, acid in flavor, is used for preserves and jams.
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