Search results for "Bush, shrub"

alungualungun1creeping herb sp. that grows among grass its tips are eaten as greens1.5.2Bush, shrub2vegetable sauce made from ‘alungu’ a creeping plant sp. that has long fruit that are woolly like cotton5.2.3.1.3Food from vegetables5.2.3.4Prepared food

irungumarungunwilderness, bush; area of wild vegetation and other wild creatures4.6.7.3Countryside1.2.1.3Plain, plateau1.5.2Bush, shrub1.2.1.6Forest, grassland, desert8.1.8.1Empty

kamulalenred chilli pepper; plant with extremely sharp flavoured fruit that is ground and used for spicing food1.5.2Bush, shrub5.2.3.3.3Spice

kilaara nyamabilaara nyamanwild short, branched succulent creeping herb sp. with soft stems and leaves that is used as toilet paper for babies, which grows among grass and at the edge of bushes1.5.2Bush, shrub

kisakabisakan1very bushy plant or shrub with several stems creeping from one root1.5.2Bush, shrub2thicket; different plants intertwined together and very thick6.5.1.3Land, property1.2.1.6Forest, grassland, desert1.2.1Land

kisogabisoganCaster oil plant; quick growing shrub with thorny seeds that contain oil and large spread out leaves that are used to remove charmsRicinus communis1.5.2Bush, shrub2.5.7.3Medicinal plants

kisookiisobisookiisonAloe vera; wild herb that inhabits spots with hard soil, with leaves arranged like those of sisal plant and containing very bitter sap1.5.2Bush, shrub1.5.3Grass, herb, vine2.5.7.3Medicinal plants

ki̱koni̱unspec. var.lu̱koni̱2bi̱koni̱ntropical shrub sp. without leaves, has branches that are easily broken with a sticky white sap, mainly used for making local fences1.5.2Bush, shrub

ki̱mu̱kabi̱mu̱kanlakeshore shrub sp. with flowers that are edible while young and are used in mattresses when mature1.5.2Bush, shrub

luheerempeerenthin plant sp. that mostly grows in bushes and under trees and is used for making urinal shelters1.5.2Bush, shrub

lu̱b̯u̱mbu̱u̱lambu̱mbu̱u̱lanherb sp. normally found in bushes, with slight brownish stem small soft fruit and small leaves1.5.2Bush, shrub5.2.3.1.2Food from fruit

lu̱tu̱mengevar.mu̱tu̱mengentu̱mengenwild plant sp.with thorns that grows thick, intertwined together forming a bush1.5.2Bush, shrub

mukyoramikyorantropical shrub sp. used as a herbal medicine for bathing babies so as to prevent them from getting a rashCasia didymobotrya1.5.2Bush, shrub2.5.7.3Medicinal plants

mulaalikindaalikinwhitish wild shrub sp. with many curved thorns that grows thick forming a bush1.5.2Bush, shrub

musiihira mmesemisiihira mmesengreen tropical shrub sp. that is mostly used for making arrow handles1.5.2Bush, shrub

musoorooromisoorooronwild shrub sp. that grows among grass less than 1 m high with brownish branches and trunk and small leaves, used for sweeping courtyards1.5.2Bush, shrub

mu̱keehu̱mi̱keehu̱nbamboo; plant that resembles a reed, hollow, jointed, grows tall used for building or pushing a canoe1.5.2Bush, shrub1.5.3Grass, herb, vine

mu̱ru̱ndu̱mi̱ru̱ndu̱nwild herb, about 60 cm high with branches that is used for sweeping courtyards1.5.2Bush, shrub

mu̱zi̱nga1mi̱zi̱nganwild herb sp. that grows among grasses to a height of 60 - 90 cm, with a brownish trunk and branches, leaves of which are mixed with other vegetables and cooked with a special ash liquid1.5.2Bush, shrub5.2.3.1.4Food from leaves

ndidyondidyonwild herb sp. that grows among grasses to a height of 1.8m with a yellowish trunk and branches, whose bark is used for fibre1.5.2Bush, shrub7.5.4.1Rope, string

nkanahu̱nkanahu̱nsimsim, sesame; plant that grows like a certain tropical plant sp. that bears seeds upwards and is eaten as spice5.2.3.1.1Food from seeds1.5.2Bush, shrub

nsinsinsinsinsmall thorny sticks that grow together forming a bush sp. with extremely thin leaves that shed a lot1.5.2Bush, shrub