Entry satrana
Part of speech noun
Explanations in Malagasy Karazan-kazo izay fisaka misandrahaka ny raviny, anaovan' ny olona trano itoerana sy rariny ho tsihy na harona [Rajemisa 1985]
Explanations in English the dwarf fan palm, the fruit of which is used by the Sakalava in the manufacture of rhum, and the leaves in the manufacture of mats and baskets; also used for the walls and roofs of houses. The root or part of it is used as an evil charm. Perhaps a species of Hyphaene [Richardson 1885]
 the dwarf fan palm [Hallanger 1973]
Explanations in French latanier dont les Sakalaves se servent pour leurs cases et pour la fabrication des nattes, des corbeilles [Abinal 1888 page 587]
 [ satraña ] [Tankarana] espèce de palmier [David: Dialectes (takila S)]
 espèce de palmier nain [Hallanger 1974]
Explanations in English Bismarckia nobilis; the most common palm in Madagascar [Dransfield: Palms]
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Scientific name Bismarckia nobilis
Synonyms satra ~ satrabe ~ satranabe
Examples 
1Dia nitoby teo andafiatsinanan'Ambalanjanakomby izahay, tany be satrana; [Cohen-Bessy: Rakotovao, page 270]
2Miorina eo an-tampon-tanety izy, anirian' ny hazo madilo sy satrana ary hazo hafa isan-karazany. [Rabary: Daty, page III.31]
Toponymy Place names having the word satrana (1): Ambalasatrana
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Entry satrana
Part of speech noun
Explanations in Malagasy feon-kira fohifohy atao ho toy ny andrana na sasin-kira raha mitendry lokanga na valiha: Satram-baliha. [Rajemisa 1985]
Explanations in French prélude, essai [Abinal 1888 page 587]
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Updated on 2020/07/31