Entry bohaka
Part of speech adjective
Explanations in Malagasy Enti-milaza fibontsinana ho ngeza. [Rajemisa 1985]
Explanations in English fastened at one end and loose at the other, as a mop, a brush, a tassel; to be plaited at one end but loose at the other, as braids of hair. [Richardson 1885]
Explanations in French Qui s’est dilaté, épanoui, soulevé, qui est élastique ; fig. prodigue par vanité [Abinal 1888 page 84]
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Entry bohaka
Part of speech noun
Explanations in French  [Taifasy] (de bohaka, adjectif, qui se dilate, s'épanouit). Tinopsis conjugata (Thouars ex Radlk.) Capuron (Sapindaceae). [Boiteau 1997]
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Scientific name Tinopsis conjugata

Updated on 2022/05/15