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KOR-dee-uh -- named for Valerius Cordus, 16th century German botanist dy-KAW-toh-muh -- meaning, divided or forked in pairs
commonly known as: bird lime tree, clammy cherry, fragrant manjack, Indian cherry, Sebesten plum • Assamese: goborsuta • Bengali: bahubara • Gujarati: વદો ગુંદો vado gundo • Hindi: बहूआर bahuar, गुन्दा gunda, लसोड़ा lasora • Kannada: ಚಳ್ಳೆ ಹಣ್ಣು challe hannu • Malayalam: നറുവേലി naruveeli, വിരശം virasam, വിരി viri • Marathi: भोकर bhokar, गोंदणी gondani, गोंधण gondhan • Sanskrit: बहुक bahuka, बहुवारः bahuvaraha, उद्दलक uddalaka • Tamil: நறுவல்லி naru-valli, விரிசு viricu • Telugu: నెక్కర nekkara, శ్లేష్మాతకము slesmatakamu, విరిగి virigi • Urdu: سپستان sipistan
Native to: China, eastern Asia, Indian subcontinent, Indo-China, Malesia, northern Australia, south-western Pacific
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|Author||Dinesh Valke from Thane, India|
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