ambrevade   
ambarivatry
ambrevade. Cajanus indicus, Spreng. [Abinal 1888]
amberivatry
a shrub largely cultivated to supply food for silkworms. The seeds are also eaten by the natives. The leaves afford a green dye for cotton. It is known in Mauritius as Ambrevade. Cajanus indicus, Spreng. Same as antsotry (Betsim.), ambarivatry, and ambatry (Bets.) [Richardson 1885]
ambrevade. Cajanus indicus, Spreng. [Abinal 1888]

ambrevade   
ambarivatry
ambrevade. Cajanus indicus, Spreng. [Abinal 1888]
amberivatry
ambrevade. Cajanus indicus, Spreng. [Abinal 1888]
antsotry
ambrevades. [David 1952]