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2. Kulct manen. Cinnamon.

3. Jara ') manèh. Foeniculum panmorium 2).

4. Jara itam. Seeds of the Nigella Sativa.

5. Jara kusatti. Caraway seed.

6. Jara putéh. Cummin.

7. Aka manèh. Licorice-root.

8. Bun gong lawang. Cloves.

9. Sunti halia. Ginger.

10. Lada putéh. White pepper.

11. Jumuju. Seeds of Carum Copticum.

12. Champli puta or buta. Chabe jawa (Chavica densa)3).

13. Tumbang mangkb'4). Scaphium Wallachii S. et E. (?)

14. Bungong lawang Kléng. Seeds and seed-pods of the Japanese stel-

lated anise (Illicium Anisatum).

15. Haleuba. Fenugreek-seed.

16. Sibeurantö. Fruits of Sindora Sumatrana.

17. Kachang parang5). Canavalia gladiata DC. (red and white

seeds).

18. Bbh mayakani. Jav. Majakani; gall-nuts from British India.

19. On aron. Leaves of Baeckea frutescens L.

20. Langkucuch China. Root-stock of Alpinia galanga.

21. Bbh puta taloë. Fruits of Helicteres isora.

22. Bbh keunuc. Root-stock of Cyperus tuberosus.

23. Hinggu. Asa foetida.

24. Peundang. Mal. Gadung China = the rhizome of

Smilax China (see above p. 54).

25. Mo. A kind of resin imported by the Klings.

26. Galagarö. A sort of aloes-wood.

27. Kulét lazuang. Cinnamomum culilawan or cinnam. cam-

phoratum (a bark).

1) The forms jeura and jira (cf. Jav. jintën) are also in use.

2) Mr. H. N. Ridley, tho- Director of the Botanie Gardens at Singapore describes this as anise (Pimpinclla anisum). (Translator).

3) Ridley calls this Piper sarmentosum. (Translator).

4) A specimen which I received later is aecording to Mr. Vorderman the as yet inexactly elassified charigkok of native physic in Java.

5) A specimen received later is according to Dr. Vorderman the plant known at Batavia as kachang bengkok. It has not yet been exactly elassified.