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Baccaurea MalayanaTampoe Tam"poe, n. (Bot.)
The edible fruit of an East Indian tree (Baccaurea
Malayana) of the Spurge family. It somewhat resembles an
Himalayan Hi*ma"la*yan, a. [Skr. him[=a]laya, prop., the abode
Of or pertaining to the Himalayas, the great mountain chain
Malayalam Ma"la*ya"lam, n.
The name given to one the cultivated Dravidian languages,
closely related to the Tamil. --Yule.
MalayanMalay Ma*lay", Malayan Ma*lay"an, a.
Of or pertaining to the Malays or their country. -- n. The
Malay apple (Bot.), a myrtaceous tree (Eugenia
Malaccensis) common in India; also, its applelike fruit.
Meaning of alaya from wikipedia
- (kliṣṭa-manas), and finally
is the basis
of the other
seven. This eighth
' is a cultivar
of the Bromeliad species Aechmea
calyculata. BSI BCR Entry
- Alaya Deepam
is a 1984 Tamil Indian feature
by C. V. Sridhar
by K.R.Gangadharan. It stars Sujatha
in the lead roles...
- Esaal Alaya
is a studio album
by Egyptian musician
Sherine. The album contains
11 tracks, released
23, 2012 to wide commercial
- Mouatasem Alaya
is a Syrian footballer
for Al-Wahda. Mouatasem Alaya
at National-Football-Teams.com http://www.goalzz.com/main.aspx?player=8873...
(born 1982) is an American writer
two urban fantasy
- and Rory capture
one Silurian, Alaya
(Neve McIntosh), and the Doctor instructs
Rory and a local family
to not harm Alaya
, as it could spark
a war. He then...
- Alaya Brigui
is a Tunisian football player
who currently plays
for Étoile du Sahel
in the CLP-1. He made his debut
for the Tunisia national football
- عز الدين عليّة French
pronunciation: [azedin alaˈja], pronunciation: Alaya
) (26 February
1940 – 18 November
2017) was a Tunisian-born couturier
- Australia, by the ****u-Thaypan people. The language
was sometimes called Alaya
or Awu Alaya
. Koko-Rarmul may have been a dialect, though Bowern
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