Many many thanks Lalithamba ji for the additional names, and the related
There is another name similar to already listed by you (and in ENVIS-FRLHT
in pogada mulaka refers to:
ములక (p. 1010) mulaka. [Tel.] n. The plant called Solanum, or Nightshade.
With other prefixes: *నేల*ములక *Solanum jacquini*. *తెల్ల*ములక *Solanum
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From: Lalithamba Avadhanam <alalitha...@gmail.com>
Date: Fri, Oct 14, 2016 at 9:03 PM
Subject: Re: Names of Plants in India :: Telugu names of Ardisia solanacea
To: Dinesh Valke <dinesh.va...@gmail.com>
In telugu it is called konda mamidi, adavi mayuri, and konda pogada also. కొండ
మామిడి, అడవి మయూరి, కొండ పొగడ- it is also given in CRC world dictionary of
medicinal plants. Pagadam means red coral in telugu, since the fruit is
reddish and round like a coral it is called as Pogada mulaka.
Kashi is another name of Varanassi/ Benaras, as all Indians know; but it
indicates sacred in telugu,
On Fri, Oct 14, 2016 at 8:46 PM, Lalithamba Avadhanam <alalitha...@gmail.com
> you are perfectly correct in writing
> 1. కాశినేరేడు kaashineredu
> 2. పగడ ములక pagada mulaka - plants with blakish fruits are called as
> Neredu by common men.
> 3. Syzizium alternifolium- as alla neredu; S.cumini as jambu neredu,
> Flacourtia indica as Nakka neredu;
> In sanskrit Jambu phal means Neredu fruit .May I know what is the
> Botanical name of Bhuta neredu
> Thank you
> On Fri, Oct 14, 2016 at 8:04 PM, Dinesh Valke <dinesh.va...@gmail.com>
>> Dear friends and Lalithamba ji,
>> Among many names and their variants listed in ENVIS-FRLHT
>> <http://envis.frlht.org/plant_details.php?disp_id=2298&parname=0> for
>> solanacea*, I would like to get following validated:
>> 1. కాశినేరేడు kaashineredu
>> 2. పగడ ములక pagada mulaka
>> I hope I have written the above two names correctly; thanks to A
>> Telugu-English dictionary by Charles Philip Brown
>> నేరేడు neredu
>> (or నేరెడు neredu), though finds an entry in Brown's Dictionary for *Ardisia
>> humilis*, (synonym of *A. solanacea*), it looks like being used as a
>> generic name for plants bearing cherry or plum-like fruits. Thus using
>> prefix like *కాశి* (Kaashi, Benares city) will separate it from *అల్లో*నేరేడు
>> *allo*-neredu, *భూత*నేరేడు *bhuta*-neredu, *జంబు*నేరేడు *jambu*-neredu.
>> *నక్క*నేరేడు *nakka*-neredu, etc.
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