Meaning of Kalamata in English:

Kalamata

Pronunciation /ˌkaləˈmɑːtə/

noun

(also Calamata)
  • In full "Kalamata olive". The fruit of an olive cultivar traditionally grown around the Greek city of Kalamata, having a large size and elongated shape, a purplish-black colour when cured, smooth skin, and a sharp, fruity taste.

Origin

Late 19th century (in an earlier sense). From Kalamáta, the name of a Greek city on the southern coast of the Peloponnese, in the department of Messinia.