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agimitʔa.gi.mitNa variety of large hardwood tree. It is recognized by the strings of red berries the hang down on long strings. It is a favorite berry of the limukun bird.1.5.1TreeBotbotany

alibungugʔalibuŋugN1.5.1TreeBotbotany

alumalumʔalumalumNKind of hardwood tree. It looks like a gemelina but with different flowers.1.5.1TreeBotbotany

alupagʔalupagNkind of large hardwood treeA kind of hardwood tree whose roots are used for making suwat combs, mirror handles, and pestles for pounding rice. The wood is red in color.1.5.1Tree

amamaliʔamamaliNA tree whose wood is used for firewood1.5.1TreeBotbotany

ambabaludʔambabaludNKind of tree.1.5.1Tree

ambabilanʔambabilanNkind of tree1.5.1TreeBotbotany

amindangʔamindaŋNKind of tree.1.5.1TreeBotbotany

anagasiʔanagasiNkind of tree.1.5.1TreeBotbotany

anagdungʔanagduŋN1.5.1TreeBotbotany

andalamayʔandalamayNa variety of tree whose leaves are oval with serrations. The branches have clusters of flowers and seeds. The seeds are a favorite of the galu galu bird.1.5.1TreeBotbotany

anitaʔanitaNA variety of tree distinguished by its big, wide leaves in clusters of five.1.5.1TreeBotbotany

anunangʔanunaŋNA hardwood tree of medium height, 18-20 meters.cordia dichotoma1.5.1TreeBotbotany

babangunayba.ba.ŋu.na͡iNkind of tree with small leaves, many thorns and no fruit Kind of tree with small leaves, many thorns and no fruit.1.5.1Tree

bagyangbagyaŋNkind of tree1.5.1Tree

bakanbakanN1.5.1TreeBotbotany

balasinenbalasinɜnNBalasinen is a hardwood whose woodgrain when freshly cut, is salmon-pink color. The grain wood pattern is tight and the wood dense. Although the wood is beautiful it is difficult to work with because of its hardness.1.5.1TreeBotbotany

balayitbalayitNBalayit is a hardwood tree whose woodgrain is dense and hard. It has an open grain like dala͡a and hardness like tupas. The woodgrain color is light, tanish-red.1.5.1TreeBotbotany

balayungba.la.yuŋN1k.o. treeBalayung is a large hardwood tree whose woodgrain is a rich, red color, open-grained, and excellent for making furniture. 1.5.1Tree6.5.3Building materialsBotbotany2figk.o. treeThe balayung tree is often used along with the tupas, as a symbol of strength, durability and prosperity in the poetic language of a brideprice negotiation.4.3.9.1Custom

balinsiNk.o. hardwood treeA kind of hardwood. It has a light red; pinkish wood grain. It is a very hardwood.1.5.1Tree

balneke'bal.nɜ.kɜʔNk.o. tree1.5.1TreeBotbotany

baloboba.lo.boNk.o. hardwood treeA hardwood tree of medium height, 18-20 meters.Diplodiscus paniculatus1.5.1TreeBotbotany

baluy1ba.ˈluiNkind of tree1.5.1Tree

banatiba.na.tiNk.o. hardwood treeA variety of hardwood. It has a dark brown color and a nice grain.1.5.1TreeBotbotany

banayawbanayawNk.o. treeA variety of tree, tall in height. It has sweet-smelling flowers1.5.1TreeBotbotany