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“The term paku, applied to it by the Malays, shows that they consider it as partaking of the nature of the fern (filix) and Rumphius, who names it”
“The houses here, as well as in the Serampei country, are all built on posts of what they call paku gajah (elephant-fern, Chamaerops palma,”
“When the delicate fern tips called paku are available, Abe combines them with tomatoes for a refreshing salad minimally dressed with coconut vinegar and lime juice.”
“Other officials say it could be a paku, which is found in South America.”
“Ja ei paku sulle enne mitte midagi, kui sa ise taipad küsida, et lõunasöögivautsherit tahaks.”
“Aga vastu ei paku Ida-Euroopa midagi, sest oodatakse ka teistelt "sõbrad/vaenlased" käitumist, aga seda ei tule.”
“Eriti kui midagi asemele ei paku - on siis parem kui ta lihtsalt lesib?”
“The paku bindu (Cycas circinalis) has the general appearance of a young, or rather dwarf coconut-tree, and like that and the nibong produces a cabbage that is much esteemed as a culinary vegetable.”
“The stalks and branches having lain for some days in water to soak and macerate, they then boil it, and work among it with their hands a small quantity of chunam (quick lime, from shells), with leaves of the paku sabba (a species of fern) for fixing the colour.”
“Of the paku or fern I have had specimens brought to me of twelve sorts, which they told me were not the whole, and to each they gave a distinct name.”
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