Etrog is the Hebrew word for the
Citronor "Citrus medica".
* For the Jewish religious rite utilizing the fruit; see
* For the particular variety of citron bearing this name; see
* Etrog may refer also to the rest of citron varieties which are also employed in the ritual. Some of them are, the
Ashkenazic Diamante citron, the Yemenite citronand the Balady citron.
Etrog and Essrog are also
Sorel Etrog, Canadian sculptor and designer of the statuette for the Genie Award.
Etrog (political term)
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