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Saturday, November 23, 2019

Name This Fruit




I am part of the 80percent Nigerians..............

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    1. Dunno the name o but I chop am like craze growing up.πŸ˜…
      Don't get to see it around any longer sef.

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    2. It's ebelebo in warri dictionary πŸ˜€

      Almond in Oxford dictionary.

      😍 😍 it

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    3. This is NOT ‘almond’.

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    4. Its called fruit na, i think aidan fruit. I ate it like there was no tomorrow, after chewing the hell out of it, i crack it and eat the nut inside.

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    5. We called it FRUITS while growing up. But realized later that the almond expensive seed we buy is d same we extract after eating d fiber of this fruits. It’s called Almond

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    6. It is called 'alaoma' in my language (Igbo).

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    7. We used to call it Fruit. Our neighbour's own suffered in our hands in primary schools days.

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    8. It's called Almond fruit from it you get Almond nut. I remember when we used to go plug it when I was a little boy we do call it fruit

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    9. Ebelebo in bini😁😁
      Fruit in yoruba

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  2. Looks like guava.

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    1. tropical almond.

      but las las na fruit be the name... lol

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    2. Almond. You can extract almond milk from that white inner seed that seems like groundnut after breaking open the bigger one.

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  3. Which other name if not fruit

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    1. This tree then in my school houses what hausas or muslim called "Aljenu" an evil spirit that disturbs muslims...then u see them shouting on the assembly almost running mad sef.

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  4. Almond in English, ebelebo in edo language.

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  5. Fruit.
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  6. Umbrella tree fruit
    Did I get it?

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  7. Almond fruitπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  8. Almond fruitπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  9. I used to call it "fruit" thoughπŸ˜€

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  10. Well I Belong to the 80%πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„

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  11. Lol Fruit...but it's real name is Almond!

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  12. D common name fr it is fruit bt I learnts d real name is almond,few pple know it as almond

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  13. Ebelebo... it was all over uniben and uniben staff school. When we walked to Main gate then. We must throw sticks at the tree to get some. Childhood memories

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    1. hmmmm.....University demonstration secondary school

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    2. I ate so much of it in 100level, hall 1 uniben.

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  14. I used to call it 'Fruit' back then until recently when I discovered its name is 'Almond'

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  15. I call it fruit, is this not the one that if you break the seed when it is dry, you get ogbono?

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    1. noooo.
      that one is ugili, I don't know the English name.

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    2. Nooo, Bush mango is for ogbono, you get a brown skin seed from this one(Almond)

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  16. Madame koinkoin aka the 'peace maker'23 November 2019 at 14:15

    I enjoyed this thing eeeehn na fruit i know am as growing up,i like it so much with agbalumo no matter the colour or sweetness , I sha must finish am.

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  17. Stella my phone screen is bad I cannot see clearly where you said we should give the name of the fruit πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

    Me call it fruit.

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  18. Common name: almond; botanical name terminania cataper

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  19. Indian almond fruit

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  20. It's fruit o, we had like 4 trees in our church then, we chop am tire lol

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  21. We called it Ebelebor . Though it was said then That the English name is Indian almond.

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  22. Some call it Almond, others call it 'fruit'. I call it fruit too

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  23. THE EVER ANGONY OF THE EBELEBO TREE IN THE HANDS OF SCHOOL CHILDREN.
    Almond fruit...but it has another name tough.

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  24. What is the english name of that fruit that produce ogbono?

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    1. Ogbono seeds are from one smaller version of Mango frut. l will call it wild Mango, and it has a bitter sweet taste and slimy like that.

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  25. I am one of them oooo... i call it Fruit does days... chaiii

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  26. It is popularly called fruit here in Naija. Don't know any other name

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  27. It's called ebolebo. Used to go to school( New Era girls benin city) very early in the morning those days just up pluck fruits. If you are caught serious punishment.... memories

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  28. Enter your comment...na aboki goro

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  29. Indian almond...brings back memories of OAU quarters. We would always take detours on the way home just to pluck some and many times get chased off by the owner of the house LOL

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