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LIBRA*'



ENGLISH INDEX

TO

THE PLANTS OF INDIA.



AN



ENGLISH INDEX



TO



THE PLANTS OP INDIA.



COMPILED BY



H. PIDDINGTON,

Foreign Secretary, Agricultural and Horticultural Society.



" And in this founde wee oftimes muche trouble and vexation, with moreover
losses, bothe of precious tyme and lucre. Fyrste, thatt wee coulde never aske in
r Indian tongues for suche herbes, or fruites, woodes, burkes, or gummes, as wee
Icnewe full well, by expeerience in sundrye other partes, to bee wholesomme,
(many of our crewe lyinsre sicke at this tyme,) 4 or savorye, or usefulle to trafficke
withull. Nexte, thatt when anye were shewne us, we coulde in noewise tell, from
names given toe them by Gentooes, whether or noe | like were alreadye
knowne in Europpean countryes : And yett these partes doe myghtylie abounde
with herbes and woodes of sovraigne virtew." Master Richarde Kynge, his tra-
vells-i and voyages, and trafficker, inforaygne countryes, in the Shippe Tamburlan.
Land. MSS. fol. 1634.

6



Calcutta :

PRINTED AT THE BAPTIST MISSION PRESS, CIRCULAR ; ROAD AND SOLD BY
MESSRS. THACKER AND CO. ST. ANDREW'S LIBRARY.

1832.



AN



ENGLISH INDEX



TO



THE PLANTS OF INDIA.



COMPILED BY



H. PIDDINGTON,

Foreign Secretary, Agricultural and Horticultural Society.



" And in this founde wee oftimes muclie trouble and vexation, with moreover
losses, bolhe of precious tyme and lucre. Fyrsie, thatt wee coulde never aske in
r Indian tongues for snche herbes, or fruites, woodes, barkes, or gummes, as wee
Icnewe full well, by expeerience in sundrye other partes, to bee wholesomme,
(mnny of our crewe lyinjre sicke at this tyme,) 4 or savorye, or usefulle to trafficke
withull. Nexte, thatt when anye were shewne us, we coulde in noewise tell, from
names given toe them by Gen tooes, whether or noe | like were alreadye
knowne in Europpean countryes : And yett these partes doe myghtylie abounde
with herbes and woodes of sovraigne virtew." Master Richarde Kynge^ his tra-
vells, and voyages, and traffickes, inforaygne countryes, in the Shippe Tamburlan.
Zone/. MSS. fol. 1634.



Calcutta :



/



PRINTED AT THE BAPTIST MISSION PRESS, CIRCULAR; ROAD AND SOLD BY
MESSRS. THACKER AND CO. ST. ANDREW'S LIBRARY.

1832.



BIOLOGY
LIBRARY

i



.



PREFACE.



A WORK enabling the European on his first landing
to inquire for every Indian plant yet known to
European botanists by its native name, if it has one ;
or to trace from the native name its scientific appel-
lation, must be a desideratum to all; for there are
none who, more or less, have not an interest in plants,
either as studious pursuits, as amusements, as objects
of commercial enterprise, or of domestic economy .
and but too many of us in India find, that before we
are sufficiently linguists to trace out a name, or
botanists to ascertain a plant, years and climate,
the pressure of business, or the deadening canker
of disappointment, have taken from our pursuits the
freshness, which alone can compensate that want of
energy through which every thing in India so soon
becomes stale and wearying, even to the most active
minds.

A work then, which spares labour to all, to the
Native as well as to the European, may claim the
attention of every man who, either from motives of
interest or of philanthropy, desires to see the science
of Europe brought nearer to the resources of India;
and such a work the Compiler has intended. It has
been completed from every known source, princi-
pally the two volumes of Dr. Wallich's edition of



4CC69G



VI

Roxburgh's Flora Indica, Ainslie's Materia Indica,
Fleming, the Hortus Bengalensis, a valuable cata-
logue of Hindu names in the Gleanings of Science,
&c. &c.

It is one of the many peculiarities of our situation
in India, that those who have the most ability have
generally the least disposable time ; no where too,
do we so much find that, from the uncertainty of
health, of situation, and even of life, things must be
done as they best can, for the morrow is not ours :
and this may plead as a motive that one, a tyro in
Botany, should have undertaken such a work; for, of
the many so much better qualified than himself, not
one probably could have had time to execute a plan
requiring so much and such tedious detail. It is
hoped then, that where imperfections are met with,
it will be remembered, that its object is to save time
in research, and perhaps expence in books of refer-
ence; and that thus it is oneof those works which are
better ill done than not done at all.






INTRODUCTION.



IN the following Vocabulary no attempt has been made to
reduce the orthography of the native names to any fixed
standard ; for to do so would have required, both in the Com-
piler and the original collector of the plants, not only a correct
knowledge of the different languages, but moreover one of the
provincial dialects and of the pronunciation of the spoken lan-
guage. How much these vary is well known to those who
have paid attention to the subject ; and, after all the attempts
of those who have endeavoured to fix a standard, very much
must be left which is almost of necessity arbitrary ; for it is only
a practised ear, and one aided by a knowledge of native ortho-
graphy, which can distinguish between an a, an u, or an o, as in
Madar, Mudar ; an Italian i for a ee, as Jitee, Jeetee : and then
again, scarcely any two orientalists will use the same English
letters to express the same sounds caught by the ear, even
where they agree as to the system to be followed, unless they
have first written the word in the native character.

From this difficulty the search for names in Part II. must
always be to a certain degree vague and indefinite ; but the
smallest knowledge of Botany will correct any error which may
take place ; and to aid research as much as possible, repetition
has been always preferred to omission, so that the same name,
with but a trifling difference, will be often found repeated.

The innumerable Sanscrit synonymes which are found to
some of the common plants in the Flora Indica, (there are 23 to
Vangueria and 21 to Solanum Jacquini,) are however omitted,
and the principal or first only preserved; because it is not
intended to furnish a book of reference for the scholar, (for
whom far better sources of information exist,) but a manual for
common and every-day use.



Vlll

Some names of plants will be found which are perhaps
not indigenous or cultivated in India, and of which only the
products are to be found in the bazar ; as Ladan (Cistus Cre-
ticus,) Gum Labdanum ; and Hing, (Ferula asafcetida,)
asafoetida : but it was thought useful to leave these as a
guide ; to medical men more particularly.

The same names are often marked in both parts, or in the
sections of Part II. as only belonging to one language, while
they are, in fact, common to two or more ; thus Dillenia
Indica or Speciosa, is marked in Part I. as B. Chalta, while
it is equally called by this name in Hindi.

To facilitate research, Part II. has been divided into two
sections; but when any difficulty occurs, both should be examin-
ed in search of the name : for the different dialects often adopt
the name used in the native country of the plant, with but at
most a slight variation. The Karia-pilli of the Tamool, which
is the Karia-phullee ofthe Bengalese (Bergera Koanigii), (origi-
nally perhaps from Southern India, though now a common
plant about the gardens of Calcutta, its leaf giving a pecu-
liar flavour to curries,) is an example of this sort of corrup-
tion.

Blank spaces have been designedly left after each letter in
both parts, that names which may be found may be noted
in them by the possessor of the work.

The note of interrogation has been added when any uncer-
tainty exists.



ABBREVIATIONS.



S. Sanscrit.

B. Bengalee.

H. Hindee.

N. Nawar or the Napalese dialect.

TAM. Tanml.

T. Telinga.



CYWG. Cingalese.
CAN. Canarese.
MAIL Mahratta.
G. Guzrattee.
M. Malabar.



PART I.



ISTDE2



FROM



THE LJNNJEAN GENERA AND SPECIES



TO



aa-rrttfor Bamrs? oC



Gen. and Spec.



Native Names.



ABROMA

augusta.
ABRUS

precatorius,
(red.)



(white.)

ACACIA, see MIMO-
SA.

ACALYPHA

Indica.



betulina.

ACANTHUS

Ilicifolius.

ACHRYANTHES

aspera.



centrostachys.

lappacea.

alternifolia.

ferruginea.
scandens.



B. Oolut-kumbul.

S. Gunja ; Goonja ; Kaka-chinchi. B.
Koonch. H. Guncha. TAM. Condu-
munnie. T. Goorie-ghenza. CYNG.
Olinda.

B. Sweta-koonch.



S. Arittamunjayrie. B. Shwet-busunta ;

Kunda-amadoo. H. Kooppie. TAM.

Koopamaynie. CYNG. Koopamenya;

Waei-Koopamenya.
H. Chinnie. TAM. Sinnie. T. Tsinnia-

koo.
S. Hari-Kussa. B. Hakooch ; Harkuch-

kanta. M. Phaina-scheUi ; Paina-

schulli.

S. Upamarga. B. Upanga ; Apanga ;

Hoorhooriya ; Chichiria. H. Agareh ;

Lalchirchiri. CYNG. Gas-karal-ssebo.
B. Hooeet.

B. Kuya-duya ; Duya-kuya.
B. Luta-muhooia. H. Gangatiah. T.

Chancheli-kura.

B. Rukta-sirinchee. H., Lal-sirinchee.
H. Nooriya.



Gen. and Spec.



Native Names.



ACONITUM
ACORUS



triandra.
lanata.

ferow.
Calamus.



(white var.)
ADELIA

Nereifolia.
Castanicarpa.
ADENANTHERA

pavonina.



aculeata.
ADIANTUM

melanocaulon.



majus.

Marmelos.
(small var.)



/EGLE



JESCHYNOMENE

grandiflora, (white
and red.)

Sesban, (yellow and
purple.



aspera.
arborea.

paludosa,
cannabina.



S.H. Shalanchi. B. Shanchi; Shaloon-
cha; Shelenga. T. Ponagunta-kura.

S. Astma-bayda. B. H. Chaya ; H.
Khul. T. Pindie-conda. CYNG. Pol-
kuda-pala. M. Scherubala.

B. Butsnab-bish.

S. Vucha; Golomi. B. Buch ; Shwet

buch. H. Bach ; Kusseb-bewa ; Igir.

TAM. Vassamboo. T. Vudza. CYNG.

Wadda-kaha-vaesamboo. M. Vaym-

boo. CAN. Bagy.
S. Haimavati.

H. Heeaboka.
B. Bool-kukra.

S. H. Koochunduna. B. Ructa-chun-
duna; Ranjuna. T. Manseni-kotta,
CAN. Mandateea. CYNG. Mansiadi.

T. Shumi.

S. Mayura-shikanda. TAM. Myle-con-
day. T. Nemilie-shega.

B. Hulsi.

S. Vilva. H. and B. Bel. T. Maredoo.
S, H. B. Shreephula. CYNG. Beli. M.
Covalum.



B. Buka; Buk-pooshpa; Bok-phool.

S. H. B. Juyuntee. H. B. Jainti. T.

Siminta.

T. Yerra-jeeloga.
S. Damana. B. Fool-sola. H. Sothali.

CYNG. Mahadiya-siyambala.
S. Damana. H. Bhend; Shoola. TAM.

Nettych-eddie. T. Bendoo-chittoo.
B. Shdla; Sola; Kath-shola.
B. Dhuncha.



3



Gen. and Spec.



Native Names*



procumbens.
AGAVE

Cantala.
AGERATUM

cordifolium.
aquaticum.

A GLAIA

polystachya.
AGROSTIS

tenacissima.

diandra.
linearis.

Coromandelliana.
AILANTHUS

excelsa*

AIRA

jiliforme.
AJUGA

disticha.
fruticosa.
ALDROVANDA

verticillata.
ALEURITES

triloba.
ALLANGIUM

heocapetalum.



tomentosum.



ALLIUM



Porrum.
sativum.



Cepa.

Ascalonlum.

ALNUS

dioica.



T. Manchi-jeeloga.
S. Kuntala.

B. Okunchi.

B. Bura-keshuta.

B. Bandoor-pala.

B. Panee-doorba. T. Sema-gherka ;

Toema-gherika.
B. Bena-joni.
TAM. Arugam.
T. Yelloo-tungoo-gaddi.

S. Aralu. TAM. Perumaruttoo. T.
Peddamanieputta.

B. Choota-pini-nuti.

B. H. Gobura. T. Mabera.
TAM. Retti-pemeretti.

B. Malacca-jhanji.

B. Akhoroot. CYNG. Kokuna.

S. Unkotha; Nekochuka. B. Bagh-

ankra. H. Akarkanta.
B. Chela.

*

B. Puroo.
S. Mahooshooda. B. Loshoon ; Lu-

shoona; Rushoon. TAM. Vullay-poon-

doo. T. Velligiidda. CYNG. Soodoo-

loonoo. CAN. Belluly.
S. Palandu ; Latarka. B. Pulantoo.

H. B. Peeaj. TAM. Venggayum.

T. Woolligudda. CYNG. Loono.

CAN. Kembally.
S. Pulandoo. B. Gundhuna; Rushoo-

na.

H. Kokra'.



Gen. and Spec.



Native Names.



ALOE



perfoliata v.
littoralis.



ALPINIA



Galanga.



nutans.
Cardamomum.

Cardamom? medi-
um.
ALTHAEA

rosea.
Alhugas.
AMAKANTHUS

polygonoides.

polygamus.

tristis.

lividus.

oleraceus.

Gangeticus.

lanceofolius.

atropurpureus.

fasciatus.

tenuifolius.
campestris.

frumentaceus.
spinosus.
AMARYLLIS

Zeylanica.
AMBEOSINIA

ciliata.
unilocularis.
AMMANIA

vesicatoria.



S. Kamari. S. B. Tamni. B. Ghrita-
koomaree. H. Ghi-cumar ; Chota-
kunwar. TAM. Kuttalay ; Sirrooghoo-
kuttalay. T. Chini-kala-bunda.

S. Koolanjuna ; Sogunda-yoga ; Dhu-
moola. H. Kulingan. TAM. Pere-
aretei. T. Dombrastacum. CYNG.
Maha-kalooa.

S. Poonnaga. B. Poonnag-champa.

B. Elachi; Elaich. T. Sana-yallaci.
M. Ailumchedy.

B. Doo-keswa.

H. Gool-khirree-
S. Taruka. B. Tara.

S. Tundooleeya. B. Cheeloo-nuteeysu

T. Chirra-kura.
B. Champa-nuteeya ; Poorika. H.

Chundi-sag. T. Dayla-kura.
TAM. Kuppei-kirei. T. Quoi-tota-kura.
B. Gobura-nuteeya ; Gobura-dengooa.
B. Shada-nuteeya. T. Tota-kura.
B. Lai-sag; Dengooa. H.Rukta-shaka.
B. Bans-pata-rmteeya.
B. H. Lal-nuteeya. B. Rangantheya.

H. Bans-putta.
B. Toontoonee-nuteeya ; 'Bun-nuteeya.

T. Chilaka-tola-kura.
B. Geel-chumli.
S. Maykanada. TAM. Sirroo-keeray. T.

Tseerikoora.
TAM. Kiery.
H. B. Kanta-nuteeya.

CYNG. Goda-manel.

B. Keralee.

T. Pecheka-boora-gaddi.

B. Bun-murich. B. H. Dad-mari. T.
CYNG. Agundra-pacoo.



Gen. and Spec.



Native Names.



m. )



AMOMUM

subulatum.
aromaticum
Cardamomum

sericeum.
Zingiber, see Zin-
giber.
AMYEIS

Agallocha.

Prot'mm.
heptaphylla.
ANACARDIUM

Occident ale.
ANDERSONIA

cncullata.
Rohitoka.

ANDRACHNE

Cadlshaw.

ANDROPOGON

serratum.

contortum.

fascicularis.

montanum.

Iwarancusa.

aciculatum.

punctatus.
muricatus.



glabrwm.
bicolor.

Sorghum.

saccharatum.
laxum.



B. Bungali-elachee.

S. Ela. B. Morung-elachee. H. Ilachi.

B. Dooi-kesha.



S. B. Googoola ; Ogooroo. CYNG.

Gugul.

CYNG. Weeta-hik.
H. Karun-phul.

B. Hijilee-budam.

B. Amoora,

S. Rohitoka. B. Tikta-raj. H. Hurin-
hura.

S. Vishavriksha. TAM. WoDdoowun-
ghai. T. Nulloopoo-moostikaia.

S. Deva-tara; Venee; Jeemota. B. De-

tara; Detto.
T. Yedda; Yeddi.
T. Kunda-jerri.

T. Aurooch-hunguli; Auroots-hangali.
B. H. Iwarancusha; Iberancusha; Ku-

rankusha.
S. Chora-pushpa ; Shunkinee ; Keshi-

nee. B. H. Chor-kanta. .
B. Goaliya. T. Kundi-jeri.
S. Veeruna ; Viratara. B. Khor ; Kus-

kus. H. B. Bena. H. Useer ; Bala.

TAM. Vakil; Woettiwear. T. Kas-

savoo; Cooroo-vayroo.
B. Gundha-goorana.
B. Kala-debdhanya. H. Dedhan ; Ka-

la-jooar. T. Muka-janoo.
B. Deb-dhanya. B. H. Joar. T. Tel-

la-janoo.
H. Dedhan.
H. Kula-moocha. T. Gadi-janoo.



6



Gen. and Spec.



Native Names.



Schcenanthus



Nardus.



Bladhii.
scandens.
ANDROSACE

sarmentosa.
cordifolia.
ANETHUM

Sowa, v. graveo-
lens.



Panmorium, \
v. fceniculum. )



ANNESLEA



ANNONA



spinosa.
squamosa.



reticulata.
ANTHERICUM

tuberosum.
ANTHISTIRIA

Cymbaria.
ANTIDESMA

pubescens.
paniculata.
ANTIRRHINUM

Cymbalarium.
APIUM

involucratum.



S. Bhoostrina,; Malatrinukung. B. Gun.
dha-bena. H. Ghundha-bela ; Gund-
bel. TAM. Camachie-pilloo ; Was-
sina-pilloo; Cavatum-pilloo. T. Ka-
machie-kussoo. M. Sirek.

B. Koorunkosha. H. Iwarankosa.
TAM. Sukkunaroo-pilloo. CYNG.
Watusaewendara.

B. Loari.

H. Loari. ,

N. Nita, Nitaha.
N. Boollee-sowa.



S. Shaleya ; Misreya ; Sitasiva. B.
Suloopha. H. Sowa ; Sole ; Shuta
pooshpa. TAM. Saddacooppie. T.
Suddapa. CYNG. Sattacooppa. Gu^.
Suva.

S. Mudoorika. B. Goowamooree; Moo-
ree. H. Panmuhoree; Mayuri ; Sonf.
T. Perun-siragum. T. Pedda-gilla-
kara. CYNG. Dewadooroo.



B. Mukhana.

S. Gunda-gatra. B. Loona ; Meba.

B. H. Ata.
B. H. Nona; Luvunee.

S. Chitra. T. Cushelli.
T. Pedda-ghella.

T. Polaree.

B. H. Khoodi-jam.

S. Karambha. H. Uttimarini.

B. Rhadonee; Rhadunee. H. Ujmood;
Ajmood.



Gen. and Spec.



APLUDA



aristata.



APONOGETON

monostachyon .

ACIUILARIA

Agallocha.
ARABIS

Chinensis.



ARALIA
ARACHIS



ARDISIA



digitata.

fruticosa.
hypogea.



ARECA



Solanacea.

glandulosa.

anceps*

colorata.

Catechu.



triandra.
gracilis.
ARGEMONE

Mexicana.



ARISTIDIA

setacea.

hystrix.
depressa.
ARISTOLOCHIA

Indica.



Native Names.



B. Choon-kuriki. H. Goruma. T.
Pootstrangali.

S. Kekanjee. H. Ghetchoo, T. Nam-
ma.

B. Agooroo ? ^

S. Rohita-sarushapa. H. Haleem. TAM.
Aliverie. T. Addalavittiloo.

H. Dain.

T. Sakilli-kampa.
H. Moong-phullee.

B. Bun-jam. T. Conda-mayoor.
H. Bun-nurukalee.
B. Lai -jam.
B. Umur-kalee.

S. Goovaka; Kramuka. B. Gowa;

Oodbeg. H. B. Sooparee; Supearie.

TAM. Paak. T. Poka. CYNG. Puwak.
B. Ran-goowa.
B. Ran-goowa-sooparee.

S. Brumhadundie ; Bramhie. B. H.
Bura-shial-kanta. B. Shial-kanta. H.
Bherband; Faringie-datura. TAM.
Brumhadundoo ; Brumarakash. T.
Brumhadundie. CAN. Dotury.

T. Shippuroo-gaddi ; Shippur-gaddi.
T. Shippuroo-kali.
T. Nafi-pootika,

S. Urka-moola ; Ishwara ; Hari. B. H.
Isarmel; Ishurmool. H. IsrievayL
TAM. Perumarundoo. T. Doola-
govila; Eesaravayroo. CYNG. Sat-san-
da; Sacasajider. M. Catelae-vegon.



8



Gen. and Spec.


Native Names.


bracteata.


S. Cattrabungha. TAM. Addatinapa-
lay. T. Gardi-garapa ; Gadiday-




gudda-purra.


ARTEMISIA




Maderaspatana.


H. Mustaroo. TAM. Mashipattiri.




CYNG. Wad-kolundoo. M. Nelampa-




la. CAN. Dorana.


Indica.


S. Duna-dana. H. Duna ; Mustaroo ;




Ghundumar. TAM. Mashiputrie.


\


CYNG. Wol-kohmdo.


Austriaca.


S. Dawanakaha. H. Downah; Gund-




mar. TAM. Marikolindoo. T. Da-




wanum.


elegans.


H. Abuttna.


sternutatoria.


B. Hachittee ; Nukchiknee.


ARTOCARPUS


>


integrifolia.


B. Kantal; Rental.


Lacucha.


S. Lukoocha. B. Dephul.


Chaplasha.


B. Chapalasha.


hirsuta.


MAH. Anjeli.


ARUM




Colocasia.


S. Kuchoo ; Kuchwee.


1st var.


B. Goori-kuchoo. T. Shama-kura.


2d var.


B. Ashoo-kuchoo.


Is/ var.


B. Kala-kuchoo.


2d var.


B. Char-kuchoo.


3d var.


B. Bun-kuchoo.


macrorhizon.


S. Hasti-carni. TAM. Verrughung.




CYNG. Abara-balloorakashie ; Ha-




barala.


Nymphceafolia.


B. Sar-kuchoo. T. Ishama.


montanum.


T. Konda-rakis.


Indicum.


B. H. Man ; Man-kuchoo ; Man-giri.


cucullatum.


B. Bish-man.


fornicatum.


B. Kuchiree. T. Balrakis. .


Orixense.


B. Ghetkool; Ghet-kuchoo.


gracile.


H. Harpung.


curvatum.


H. Beer-buka.


sessiliflorum.


H. Binda-gooea.


campanulatum.


S. Kunda. B. H. Ol. T. Muncha-




kunda.


bulbiferum.


B, Umbla-bela.


lyratum.


T. Adivi-kunda.


sylvaticum.


T. Adivi-chama.



9



Gen, and Spec.



AEUNDO



bifaria.
Karka.



Bengalensis.
ASCLEPIAS
gigantea. (red var.)



(white.)

acida.

asthmatica.

tunicata.

volubilis.



annularia.
prolifera.

pseudosarsa. (nar-
row leaved.)
(broad leaved.)

rosea.

lactifera.

echinata.

geminata.

odoratissima.

tenacissima.

vomitoria.



microphylla.
ASPALATHUS

Indica.

ASPARAGUS

sarmentosus.



officinalis.



Native Names.



B. Anol. T. Potoo-ederoo.

S. Nula; Dhumuna; Potugala. B. H.

Nul. T. Naga-sara-ma-dantoo; Mai-

tantos.
B. Durma ; Gaba-nul.

S. Axka. S. H. Urka. B. Akund. H.
Ark ; Mudar. TAM. Yercum. T.
Nella-jeeleeroo. CAN. Yecada.

S. Alarka; Ulurca. B. Shwet-akund;
Shwet-urka. T. Telia- jelladoo.

S. B. Soma-luta. T. Tiga-chumoodoo.

H. Unta-mool. T. Kaka-palla.

B. Chagul-patee. H. Callia-lata.

S. Madhu-malati. H. Teet-conga;Nuk-
chiknie. TAM. Kodie-palay. T. Pa-
lay; Doodi-palla.

T. Palla-gurgi ; Poola-gurgi.

TAM. Nangarapanjam. M. Nanjera-
moorchuni.

H. Sada-booree. T. Palla-soucundi.

S. Ununta. B. H. Ununta (or Anonto)

mool. T. Ghadi-Soucundi.
S. Doogdhika. B. Dood-luta; Doodeya-

beera. T. Doodi-palla.
TAM. Vilpalei.
H. Sagwanee. T. Jatuga.
H. Chota-dood-luta.
H. Kunja-lata.
H. Jitee.
H. Automel; Untamool. TAM. Coo-

rinja. T. Coorinja. CYNG. Kurin-

gyan.
T. Poola-paUa.

S. Shivanimba. TAM. Shevenar-vaym-
boo. M. Manelli.

H. Suffaid-mooslie. TAM. Tanneer-
vittang. T. Tsulla-ghedaloo. M.
Schae&veli-kelungu.
H. Nakdoun.



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Gen. and Spec.



Native Names.



racemosus.

Curillus.
ASTER

Chinensis.
ATHANASIA

Indica.
ATRAGENE

Zeylanica.
ATROPA

Mandragora.

Belladonna.
AVERRHOA
Carambola, (acid.)
(sweet.)
AVICENNIA

tomentosa.



S. Wari. S. B. Shuta-moolee. T.

Challa.
N. Kurella.

N. Gaynatuka.
T. Bugati-bunda.
H. Chagool-batee.

B. Yeb-rooj. H. Luckmuna-luckmun-

nie. TAM. Caat-jootie.
H. Sug-unggoor; Ungoor-shefa.

S. Kurmu-runga. B. H. Kamarunga.
B. H. Meetha-kamarunga.

B. H. Bina.



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Gen. and Spec.



Native Names.



B.



BffiOBOTRYS

ramentacea.
nemoralis.
BALLOTA

disticha.



BAMBUSA

arundinacea.

stricta.

baccifera.

Tulda.



spinosa.
Balcua.



BARLERIA



Prionitis.



longifolia.



cristata, (purple.)

(rosy.)

ciliata.

dichotoma.

ccerulea.

BARRINGTONIA

acutangula.
BASELLA

rubra.

alba.

lucida v. cordifolia.
BASSIA

latifolia.



B. Mulmooriya.
B. Mul.

S. Buta-ghni. TAM. Vuttei-pemay-
ruttie; Vaydoo-booriki ; Eerumottie.
T. Andaberakoo. CYNG. Heen-yak-
wanassa.

S. Vungsha. B. Bansh. T. Vedroo.

T. Sadanapa-vedroo.

B. Bish-bansh. H. Paya-tullu.

B. Tulda-bashini ; Pea bansh, Tulda-

bansh.

B. Behoor-bansh.
B. Dhooli-bansh. T. Puloo ; Bhalkoo.

S. Kuruntuka. B. Kanta-jatee; Pu-
roosha. TAM. Shemmoolie ; Vara-
moolie. T. Moolloogorinteh. CYNG.
Katukarundu. M. Coletta-veetla.

S. Ikshugandha. H. Gokshura. TAM.
Neer-moollie. T. Neer-gobbie. CYNG.
Katu-iriki.

S. B. Jhintee.

H. Pia-bausa.

S. Kuruvuka. B. Oojootee.

B. Sada-jatee.

S. Dasee; Vana.

S. Jul. B. Hijjul. T. Kadami.

S. Pootika. B. Racta-bun-pooi ; Pooi;

Pooi-shak. T. Yerra-batsalla.
B. H. SufFet-pooi. T. Alla-batsalla.
B. H. Pooi. T. Pedda-batsalla.

S. Mudhooka; Madooka. B. H. Moula.
T. Ipie.



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Gen. and Spec.



BATIS



longifolia.

butyracea.
spinosa.



BAUHINIA

variegata.

Candida,
purpurea.
parviflora.

tomentosa.

racemosa.

anguina.

scandens.

acuminata.

BEGONIA

laciniata.
BENTINCKIA

Condapana.
BERBERIS

pinnata.
BERGERA

K&nigii.



integerrima.
BERGIA

verticillata.
Ammanioides.
BERRIA

Ammonilla.
BETA

Bengalensis.
BETULA

Bhoorja.
BIGNONIA

spatheacea.
suaveolens.



Native Names.



S. Madooka. B. Mooa. H. Mohe.

TAM. Eloopei; Illipee. T. Ippa.

CYNG. Tel-mee.
H. Phul-wara.

S. Sakotuka. H. Suhoora. TAM. Ba-
rinka. T. Koriti.

S. B. Kovidara ; Yooga-putra. B.

Rukta-kanchun ; Beedul.
B. Kana-raj.

B. Deb-kanchun. H. Sona.
S. Vana-raja. TAM. Areka-marum. T.

Arrae.
S. Usmadugha. TAM. Ati; Caat-ati.

M. Chanschena.
H. Mawal. T. Ada.
B. Nag-poot.
B. Gundha-gila.
B. Kanchun; Chutka.

B. Hoowurjo.
TAM. Kunda-pana.
B. Huding-nioong-mari.

S. Kristna-nimboo, B. Karia-phullee.
H. Bursunga. TAM. Kari-pilli ; Ka-
raway-pillay. T. Kari-vepa ; Karri-
vaympakoo.

H. Bun-kooncha.

B. H. Lal-keshura. T. Neeroo-pavala.
H. Doolacheri.

CYNG. Amonilla.

B. H. Palung ; Palunka.

B. Bhoorj.

T. Woodi.

S. Patuli. B.Parool; Ghunta; Moog.
H. Purula.



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Gen. and Spec.



Native Names.



Chelonoides.
Indica.

BlXA

Orellana.

BffiOBOTRYS

ramentacea.

BOERHAVIA

diffusa.

procumbens, (red.)

BOLETUS

igniarius.

pentandrum*



heptaphyllum.

BORAGO

Indica.
officinalis.

BORASSUS

Jlabelliformis.



BOSWELLIA

thurifera v. serrata.



gldber.
BRADLEIA

nitida.
lanceolaria.
BRASSICA

Rapa.
oleracea.



TAM. Poupadyrae ; Padrie-vayr. T.

Tagada; Kalighotroo. CYNG, Ela-

palol.
S. Shyonaka. B. H. Shona. TAM.

Vaag-marum.

B. H. Lut-kun.CAN. Kuppa-manhala.
B. Mulmooriya.

S. Sinadika ; Punarnava. B. Shoo-
thugnee. H. Tikrie. TAM. Mooka-
rutty. T. Attika-mamedie.

S. Shoothugnee ; Poonarnava. B. Ga-
dha-poorna.

H. Agarikoon. TAM. Garikoon.

S. Mullie. B. H. Shwet-shimool. H.
Huttian. TAM. Elavum. T. Kadami;
Booraga. CYMG. Pulun-imbul. M.



S. B. Shalmuli. B. Rukta-shimool ;
Shimool.

B. Chota-kulpa.
TAM. Karpoorawullie.

S. Tala.B.H.Tal.H.Tarie. TAM.Pan-
nang-kulloo. T. Putoo-toadi; Peati-
toadi; Tati-kulloo ; Penty. M. Am-
pana ; Carimpana. CYNG. Tal-gaha.

S. Sallaci; ShuUokee. B. Luban. H.

Salaee. TAM. Moraeda. T. Tsaroo-

mamadi.
T. Googoolapoo-chittoo.

B. Ungootee.
B. Ungootee.

B. Shalgram.
B. H. Kopee.



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Gen. and Spec.



Native Names.



Erucoides.

BfllEDELIA

spinosa.
montana.
scandens.



BROMELIA



BRYONIA



Ananas.



scabrella.

Garcini.

glabra.

grandis.



epigcea.



scabra.

callosa.

pilosa.

rostrata.

laciniosa.

BUCHANNIA

latifolia.

BUCHNERIA

Asiatica.

BUDDLEIA

Neemda.

BURMANNIA

disticha.

BUTEA

frondosa.



BtJTTNERA



superba.
asp era.



S. Siddartha. B. Shwet-surisha.

T. Kora-maun.
T. Patunga.
T. Dooki-boora.

S. Anarush. B. H. T. Ananus. TAM.
CYNG. Anasie. M. Koida-cheeka.


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