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McIntosh

kind of red-skinned eating apples, 1874, named for John McIntosh (b. 1777), Ontario farmer who found them in 1796 while clearing woodland on his farm and began to cultivate them. The surname is Gaelic Mac an toisich "son of the chieftain."

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Definitions of McIntosh

McIntosh (n.)
early-ripening apple popular in the northeastern United States; primarily eaten raw but suitable for applesauce;
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