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Definition of Arenga

Arenga
Areng A*reng", Arenga A*ren"ga, n. [Malayan.] A palm tree (Saguerus saccharifer) which furnishes sago, wine, and fibers for ropes; the gomuti palm.

Meaning of Arenga from wikipedia

- Arenga pinnata (syn. Arenga saccharifera) is an economically important feather palm native to tropical Asia, from eastern India east to Malaysia, Indonesia...
- Arenga is a genus of palms, native to Southeast Asia, southern China, New Guinea, and northern Australia. They are small to medium-sized palms, growing...
- Arenga listeri, the Lister's palm, is a species of flowering plant in the family Arecaceae. It is named after naturalist Joseph Jackson Lister. It is endemic...
- Arenga engleri, or the Formosa palm, Taiwan sugar palm, dwarf sugar palm, or Taiwan arenga palm, is a species of flowering plant in the family Arecaceae...
- Arenga westerhoutii is a single-stemmed, evergreen palm found in tropical rainforest. It grows up to 12 meters tall and is one of the largest species in...
- Arenga micrantha, also known as the Tibetan sugar palm, is a species of flowering plant in the family Arecaceae, found in the cloud forests of Tibet, Bhutan...
- Arenga wightii is a species of flowering plant in the family Arecaceae. It is found almost exclusively in India. It is threatened by habitat loss. Johnson...
- hastata, a worm lizard species found in Brazil Arenga hastata, a palm tree species in the genus Arenga Atriplex hastata, a plant species in the genus...
- traditional Filipino vinegar made from the sap of the kaong sugar palm (Arenga pinnata). It is one of the four main types of vinegars in the Philippines...
- for several species of palms used to produce sugar. Species used include: Arenga pinnata (syn. A. saccharifera) Bor****us flabellifer Caryota Caryota urens...
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