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  1. ~Tina Bina~ New Member

    USA; English
    Queridas personas:

    Qué es huaya en inglés? En es huaya un material?

    Gracias, por su ayuda
    Tina
     
  2. apuquipa Senior Member

    orilla del Río de la Plata
    spanish, south america
     
  3. anothersmith Senior Member

    Los Angeles
    English, U.S.
    "Huaya" no es una palabra en Inglés. Are you asking for the translation of a Spanish word into English, because I did not find one using this forum's dictionary.
     
  4. apuquipa Senior Member

    orilla del Río de la Plata
    spanish, south america
    Suggestion: go to Wikipedia with huaya, and look for the English version.
     
  5. Christian Senior Member

    Los Angeles
    USA English
    from www.backyardnature.net/yucatan


    Huaya is this tree's Maya name, and I can't find an English name for it. It's Talisia olivaeformis. Its once-compound, somewhat leathery leaves look like the leaves of North American ash trees, except that the leaves arise singly at a twig node, not in twos, as among ashes. The tree grows naturally from Mexico to Colombia, but is often planted in Central America for its edible fruit. The fruit is yellow or brown, about an inch in diameter and a little longer than that, with a large stone and thin, orange-colored, juicy pulp. Naturally wildlife loves the fruit, as do certain people.
     

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