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1. artef.,food,plant Unidentified tall aloe-looking plant


  • Etnográfica:
    Formerly used to make a strong thread for sewing, weaving hammocks, nets,, rope. A few still know how to make it. The individual long stems are braced against a tree, and the the long meaty "leaves" are scraped with a kiskis to peel out the "thread." Can be eaten, but it is sour.
  • Léxica:
    Also ngabang

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