Citrus decumana
Forbidden For*bid"den, a. Prohibited; interdicted. [1913 Webster]

I know no spells, use no forbidden arts. --Milton. [1913 Webster]

{Forbidden fruit}. (a) Any coveted unlawful pleasure, -- so called with reference to the forbidden fruit of the Garden of Eden. (b) (Bot.) A small variety of shaddock ({Citrus decumana}). The name is given in different places to several varieties of Citrus fruits. [1913 Webster]


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