illupi

noun il·lu·pi \ˈiləˌpī, -(ˌ)pē\
variants: less commonly

illipe

\-(ˌ)pē\ or

illipi

or

illupie

\-ˌpī, -(ˌ)pē\

Definition of illupi

plural

-s

  1. :  an important East Indian tree (Madhuca malabrorum) whose leaves and juice and bark are used medicinally and whose nuts yield oil and whose very sweet flowers are eaten dried or cooked with other foods — compare mahua

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Origin and Etymology of illupi

Tamil iluppai & Malayalam ilippa


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