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horopito Play

1. (noun) horopito, pepper tree, Pseudowintera axillaris and Pseudowintera colorata - native shrubs with leaves often having large red blotches. Flowers greenish yellow and fruit orange-red or black.

Mō te taipō pīwa: Me whāngai te tūroro ki te harakeke i taua wā tonu, ā ka whāngai ki te wai o te horopito i konatutia, ā ka pāera i roto i te wai, ka hoatu hei inu e toru inumanga i te rā, i muri tata tonu iho o te mutunga o te mahi a te harakeke (TTT 1/12/1929:1957). / For typhoid fever: The patient should be fed flax juice at that time and feed her with the juice of horopito which has been stirred and boiled in water. Give it as a drink three times a day immediately after the flax juice has taken effect.


matou Play

1. (noun) horopito fruit.


puhikawa Play

1. (noun) horopito, pepper tree, Pseudowintera axillaris and Pseudowintera colorata - native shrubs with leaves often having large red blotches. Flowers greenish yellow and fruit orange-red or black.

See also horopito


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