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Angsana




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Angsana or sonokembang (Pterocarpus indicus) is a kind of high quality wood producing tree from the tribe of Fabaceae (= Leguminosae, legumes). The wood is hard, reddish, and heavy enough, which in trade is grouped as narra or rosewood.


In various regions, angsana is known by similar names: asan (Aceh); sena, sona, hasona (Batak); asana, there, langsano, lansano (Min.); angsana, babaksana (Btw.); there flowers (Jw., Md.). However, nara (Bima, Seram), nar, na, ai na (Tim.), Nala (Seram, Haruku), lana (Buru), lala, lalan (Amb.), Ligua (Ternate, Tidore, Halm.) , linggua (Maluku) and others.


The names in other countries include apalit (Philippines), pradu (Thailand), chan dĂȘng (Laos), tauk, sena, ansanah (Burma), Malay diuk, red sandalwood, amboyna (English), and santal rouge, amboine (French).

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