a form of wholegrain flour through the Indian subcontinent.
A genus of hymenopterous insects, of the suborder Heterogyna and family Formicidæ, or ants.
title in Brazil regarding the fresh fruits of a number of woods from the genus Anona, particularly of these of A. obtusiflora, a native for the Antilles and cultivated in Brazil.
The name provided by the Singalese toward sweet-sop, Anona squamosa, that has been introduced into India and Ceylon by the Portuguese several centuries ago. In India title is represented by ata, and in Guam therefore the Philippines by atis. See Anona, atis (with slice), and sweet-sop.