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It is the seed of a bush, Bixa orellana, native to tropical America, and is much used in various cooked dishes from southern Mexico to northern South America.
It is the colouring matter extracted from the pulp of the Bixa orellana.
They were all equally naked, armed with bows and arrows, and painted with onoto, which is the colouring fecula of the Bixa orellana.
The kasumba kling or galuga is the Bixa orellana, or arnotto of the West Indies.
Their bodies tinged with onoto, * (* Rocou, obtained from the Bixa orellana.