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Bergamot (pronounced RP /ˈbɜːɡəˌmɒt/, GenAm /ˈbɝɡəˌmɑt/) may refer to:
- The Bergamot orange
- Bergamot essential oil
- Monarda, genus of herbs of similar odor to the Bergamot orange; in particular
- Mentha citrata, called Bergamot mint
- Citrus limetta, called sweet lime or sweet lemon
- HMS Bergamot, one of the ships of the Royal Navy of the United Kingdom
- Bergamot Station, an art gallery facility in Santa Monica, California, USA
- Bergamot (Los Angeles Metro station), a future station on the light-rail Expo Line, adjacent to the art gallery facility in Santa Monica, California, USA
- Bergamot oil commonly known as the additive to black tea to make the "Earl Grey"
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