Definition of Kalumpang
1. Noun. Large tree of Old World tropics having foul-smelling orange-red blossoms followed by red pods enclosing oil-rich seeds sometimes used as food.
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Literary usage of Kalumpang
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Pamphlets on Forestry in the Philippine Islands (1916)
"... uniform character and the local names are applied to all very loosely, except kalumpang, which is pretty constantly given to one species, S. foetida. ..."
2. The Selangor Journal: Jottings Past and Present (1895)
"The portion striking out of the kalumpang Road to the Selangor River, a distance of five miles, is about completed, and the bridge across the ..."
3. Prehistoric Settlement of the Pacific by Ward Hunt Goodenough (1996)
"1985, 1986, 1991), the kalumpang assemblage from Sulawesi (van Heekeren 1972), and the red-slipped jar assemblage recently excavated by Bellwood and Irwin ..."
4. Political and Commercial Geology and the World's Mineral Resources by Josiah Edward Spurr (1920)
"Near Tanjong, Malim, and on the kalumpang and Selangor rivers in the northern part of the state both gravels and decomposed vein materials are worked. ..."
5. Zeitschrift der Gesellschaft für Erdkunde zu Berlin by Gesellschaft für Erdkunde zu Berlin (1890)
"... Baie kalumpang. 4441 Paris. Bay of Bengal, Andaman Islands: Port Blair to Little Andaman Island, in- cluding Duncan passage. 1398 London. 2 s. 6 d. ..."
6. Reisen in Celebes: Ausgeführt in den Jahren 1893-1896 und 1902-1903 by Paul Sarasin, Fritz Sarasin (1905)
"Oben begann ein kleiner Fußpfad, der, wie man uns sagte, zu einem Dörfchen kalumpang führt. Diesem folgten wir und erreichten in ca. ..."
7. Zeitschrift by Gesellschaft für Erdkunde zu Berlin (1890)
"... Baie Daja; Baie Riou^\-; kalumpang. 4442 Paris. Bay of Bengal, Andaman Islands: Port Blair to Little Andaman island, cluding Duncan passage. ..."