Entry amborasaha (ambora, saha)
Part of speech noun
Explanations in Malagasy Zavamaniry fanao ody tazo manampy ny kininina ny fakany, sady manakely ny atodintazo (Burasaia madagascariensis) [Rajemisa 1985]
Explanations in English  [Sihanaka] [saha, a field.] A shrub, from the leaves of which the Sihanaka make a decoction and give to those who are possessed by the vazimba, as also to those who have gonorrhea. The fruit is also pounded and rubbed on the fontanelle of newly-born children. Tambourissa sp. [Richardson 1885]
Explanations in French (1) (de ambora = nom générique des tambourissa, et saha = vallée).
¶  [Sihanaka] Tambourissa baronii Drake (Monimiaceae)
¶  [Bezanozano] Tambourissa hildebrandtii Perkins et Tambourissa trichophylla Baker (Monimiaceae). Voir ambora (1). [Boiteau 1997]
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Scientific name Tambourissa baronii, Tambourissa hildebrandtii, Tambourissa trichophylla

Entry amborasaha (ambora, saha)
Part of speech noun
Explanations in French corruption d' ambarasaha, et hybridation avec ambora, d'où de nombreuses confusions.
¶  [Betsimisaraka] Burasaia gracilis Decne. (nom déjà mentionné par Chapelier 1803). Burasaia madagascariensis (Baill.) Diels ; Spirospermum penduliflorum DC. (Ménispermaceae).
¶  [Bezanozano] Pittosporum ochrosiifolium Bojer (Pittosporaceae).
¶  [Merina] Hypericum lanceolatum Lam. (Hypericaceae). [Boiteau 1997]
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Scientific name Burasaia gracilis, Burasaia madagascariensis, Hypericum lanceolatum, Pittosporum ochrosiifolium, Spirospermum penduliflorum

Updated on 2020/07/31