There are 2 definitions of satsuma in English:

satsuma1

Syllabification: sat·su·ma
Pronunciation: /satˈso͞omə, ˈsatsəmə
 
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noun

1A tangerine of a hardy loose-skinned variety, originally grown in Japan.
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  • They are still grown around the Mediterranean, but have been partly ousted in commerce by the satsumas and clementines.
  • As regards fruit, I'm always tucking into clementines, satsumas, whatever they're called at the moment.
  • Other recent arrivals on supermarket shelves include an onion sweet enough to be eaten like an apple, miniature melons and the gratsuma - a cross between a grapefruit and a satsuma.
2 (Satsuma or Satsuma ware) Japanese pottery from Satsuma, ranging from simple 17th-century earthenware to later work made for export to Europe, often elaborately painted, with a crackled cream-colored glaze.
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  • Most of the Kyoto Satsuma ware was produced for export to Western countries.

Origin

late 19th century: named after the province Satsuma.

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There are 2 definitions of satsuma in English:

Satsuma2

Syllabification: Sat·su·ma
Pronunciation: /satˈso͞omə, ˈsatsəˌmä
 
/
A former province of southwestern Japan that was located on the southwestern peninsula of Kyushu island, also known as the Satsuma Peninsula.

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