abunYoung, unfurled, edible leaves of the taro plant.Ke là holen wen tau htibahen yem fun tniba, ne ke hlò kun dumu yó kem tau yó, lelen laen hol halayen, yó olo nmoen snóbów abu duhen basuk, dobung duhen ke kihu klasi ken.If the field owner doesn't have many people help make the field, and if those people are all his relatives, and at the same time he doesn't have much rice, what he does is make a soup of young taro leaves or squash, bamboo shoots or whatever kind of food.Appendix 17-01 VegetablesvTo have lots of young leaves.m-.Tey mabu kleb yê.Mother's gabi plants have many young leaves.

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