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Date: 1500-1600
Language: Italian
Origin: sultano 'sultan', from Arabic sultan; SULTAN

sultana

noun
     
Related topics: Food, Officials
sul‧ta‧na [countable]
1DF British English a small pale raisin (=dried fruit) without seeds, used in baking [= golden raisin American English]
2PGO the wife, mother, or daughter of a sultan

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