From French cantaloup, from Italian Cantalupo (a place name), after a former Papal summer estate near Rome, where the melons were first grown after being introduced to Europe.
cantaloupe (plural cantaloupes)
- A melon of species Cucumis melo subsp. melo with sweet orange flesh, with numerous cultivars in several cultivar groups.
- (Britain, Ireland) Smooth-skinned, also known as true cantaloupe, found in the Middle East and also grown in Europe. [From 1739.]
- (Australia, US) Having a rough skin resembling netting; also known as muskmelon or rockmelon.
- An orange colour, like that of cantaloupe flesh.
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