Wednesday, June 27, 2018

komak -

Komak, peanut, bean bado or bean nuts (Lablab purpureus) is a kind of nuts from the tribe of Fabaceae (Leguminosae). This plant is mainly developed as a producer of grain and vegetable food; But also as animal feed, green manure, cover crops, and ornamental plants. This species is the only member of the Lablab monotypic genus.

These beans are also known by names such as kekara, kara-kara (Mly.), Jatriji beans, peanuts, roay katopes (Sd.); kårå, kekårå, kårå andhong, kårå usěng, kårå wědhus (Jw.); komak (Md.); ndoto, lotto, roto (Rote) [6]. In Malaysia is called kara-kara, kekara; in the Philippines bàtau, itab, pardá; in Burma pe-gyi; in Thailand thua phaep; and in Vietnam dâu van. Also known as lablab, hyacinth nuts (Ingg.) And dolique lab-lab (Prc.).